Microsoft hid one really handy and essential feature - the possibility to view message headers. The truth is that it contains a lot of information for you to retrieve.
Each Outlook version keeps email headers in a different location:
To see message headers in Outlook 2010 and higher, this is what you need to do:
The Properties box is a really handy option and it would be nice to be able to get it at your earliest convenience. You can use it to add a digital signature to an email, or turn on the option "Do not auto archive this item". With the help of this feature you can also enable such tracking flags as "Request a delivery receipt for this message" and "Request read receipt for this message" to be sure that the email was received.
In the old Outlook versions where the ribbon is absent, you can view message headers in this way:
Or you can run the menu for the email in the main Outlook window and select "Options…" that will be the last in the list.
Please follow these steps if you read emails online:
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