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How do I view the headers of a message using Outlook Web Access?

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How do I view the headers of a message using Outlook Web Access?
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Which version of Exchange?
Nothing official from Microsoft, there is a hack for OWA 2003 written by an Exchange MVP:
http://www.asaris-matrix.com/sweber/playground/downloads/forms/DispForm.aspx?ID=18

But I haven't seen anything for previous versions of Exchange.

Simon.
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