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Is there any way I can have Internet headers included in every email I recieve in MS Outlook 2003?

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Is there any way I can have Internet headers included in every email I recieve in MS Outlook 2003?  Users in the office don't want to go to View - Options to view the header.
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As far as I know there is no way to do this without adding on extra patches / add ons.
If you have outlook 2007 it is a tiny bit easier.  If you open the email in a window (double click it) then you just need to click the little 'expand' arrow next to options.
Not much of a saving really just one step less.
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What add ons would I have to add for Outlook 2003?
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I did a quick search and there doesn't seem to be anything ready off the shelf to put headers into messages.  I guess anyone who wants to see headers is happy enough to go and hunt for them.

If you really want to do this you could look at
http://www.dimastr.com/redemption/

This would allow you to write some VBA code to expose the header data and then either insert it into the message at the top (a bit messy ?) or better still to write a custom form with a little area at the top for headers.
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