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Is it possible for to view header source code on the iPad Air with 8.0.2 iOS?

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Got a delivery error but need to find out why but am unable to view email source code?
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Commenting on this to follow it.  

I have a meeting with an Apple engineer and the Business team next week.  I'll try to inquire about this at that time.
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Any updates Geisrud?
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It is not possible that they are aware of.

You should be able to see more info and headers in whatever email client you normally use (Outlook, etc) for that account.
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Perhaps one day.  Thanks for the research.
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