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Posted on 2012-04-09
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We are using Exchange 2010 / Outlook 2010, and I reecived an email from a person internally.

In the FROM field it had their name but in the TO field it was blank.
I looked in the header and I did not see any TO information.

How can I find out from the email, etc  who this email was addressed TO?

Thanks
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abdulalikhan earned 500 total points
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The email sent is 'BCC' to you and many other too. Only an Exchange Administrator can check the details through Message Tracking option.
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by:Amit
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Raise a request with you Exchange Admin, he might be able to track it down for you.
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by:kanalQko
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you could try outlook spy. which could show you some more information about message, anyway both guys suggested you right solution how to track it.
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by:Gajendra Rathod
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In Outlook 2010

Open email --> File --> info -->Properties--> internet headers.

There is you can find the source of this email and other details.
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