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Can't see original sender email address
I have an email forwarded to me, but the original sender address only show the name and not email address.
So is there a way to find out the original sender's email address?
I have MS Office365 account.
Windows Server 2008
8/22/2022 - Mon
In outlook have you tried clicking reply all that should bring up all the emails involved.
I reply to all, but it only reply the person who forwarded the email.
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you're right, I don't see the original name nor email address.
I just see the forwarding email address.
Sorry, my bad.
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OK thats cool, unless you have any other questions can I get the points soon, and this time please give me an A grade unless I didnt answer all your questions and in that case please let me know before hand. thanks
You got it my friend, I'm very sorry about last time, like I've said, I didn't know how the grade works. Now I do.
No problem, if interested please check out my article on Office 365 here
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