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Outlook 2010 - Forward as attachment?  vs forward

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Why would someone want to forward a message as an attachment.  Seems odd?
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Forward as attachment to retain the original email headers and email as is - ideal for troubleshooting. Regular forwarding just forwards the text / attachments as a regular email and strips out the technical header information.
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