We can sometimes be spoofed by an email message pretending to warn of a problem sending a mail message, when in fact it is spam or (I assume) a virus. If I right click on the message, I can then click on Options and see the path the email message has taken. But I cannot see to whom the message was addressed, or what was in the message, without opening the attachment.
This is on Windows XP, using Outlook.
I seem to remember that in Outlook Express, one could right click on an email message and get a Properties button to click, which would then display the body of the message and the addressee.
Does anyone know a way to learn details about a "failed" message without having to open the message or attachment?