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I'm using Outlook Express 6 under Win2k Pro.  How do I view the headers of the e-mails I receive?  When I open an e-mail I can't see the headers, and when I go to View > All Headers, I still don't see the headers.  Thanks.
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Right click on the email and select Properties. Now select the "Details" tab and the header info is there. Also when you are on the Details tab if you click the "Message Source" button it will bring up a window that bolds the font of the headers.


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If you have the email opened then go to the menu File > Properties.
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