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Possible to view e-mail addresses of external senders/recipients in OWA 2003?

Posted on 2007-11-26
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Hello,

We have a handful of users that depend strictly on OWA. One of them asked me if there is a way to display the e-mail address of an external user from the To and CC fields. I've searched around for this and haven't found anything about it. Even if you can't display the e-mail address from those fields, is there anyway to do it in OWA?

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Not that I am aware of - at least not natively.
You could look to see if it is in the OWA Plus Pack from MessageWare, but if not, then it isn't possible.

Simon.
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Simon,

Thank you.
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