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View headers for meeting request in O2003

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How does one view headers on a meeting request in Outlook 2003?  Opening the request, there's no View>options so I am not sure where to look.

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You can't. They are special messages that once Exchange/Outlook recognises them it turns in to its own format. If the request has come from outside the header information has been lost.

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I was thinking something like this might have happened.  Thanks for the heads up.
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