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check from which account/username an email sent in outlook 2010

Posted on 2016-09-21
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Hi,
We have outlook 2010 in a local network of 13 computer  (internal network) at work.
someone sent an email from this network to another person in same network without reveal his ID.

the question is: how can i reveal the id/account/username/computer info about the person who send this email ?
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by:Ivan
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Hi,

can you try with message tracking?

Regards,
Ivan.
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by:John Hurst
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Open Outlook, then open the email, then select File and then Properties. That will open up the Message Headers. Look for Message ID to see where it came from .
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by:drtopserv
ID: 41809912
What is massage tracking?
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by:John Hurst
ID: 41810567
Message tracking is in Exchange.

Did you find the Message ID as suggested?  It should tell you where the email comes from
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by:drtopserv
ID: 41814457
Received: from EX-MBX03.mac.org.il ([fe80::7d93:e98c:ccb9:61e5]) by

EX-Hub01.mac.org.il ([fe80::a89c:c411:ec9b:d65f%11]) with mapi id

14.03.0169.001; Tue, 20 Sep 2016 14:12:08 +0300

Content-Type: application/ms-tnef; name="winmail.dat"

Content-Transfer-Encoding: binary

From: =?windows-1255?B?7uvh6SD04PjtIPD68OnkLe746+Y=?= <bm-netanya@mac.org.il>

To: =?windows-1255?B?+ef4IO7x+A==?= <messer_s@mac.org.il>,

            =?windows-1255?B?8uPpIPLm+A==?= <azar_adi@mac.org.il>,

            =?windows-1255?B?7un46SDg7Ony5iDi4eX4?= <eliaz_m@mac.org.il>,

            =?windows-1255?B?4Onu4O8g5+Dx9+nk?= <khaskia_i@mac.org.il>

Subject: =?windows-1255?B?+vTx6ffp?=

Thread-Topic: =?windows-1255?B?+vTx6ffp?=

Thread-Index: AdITLuKo8a3Y9C+vTbKx+8xMsnTVgw==

Date: Tue, 20 Sep 2016 14:12:08 +0300

Message-ID: <F3D3391A3F81474890A4A4175BD25E93DAAE50CA@EX-Mbx03.mac.org.il>

Accept-Language: he-IL, en-US

Content-Language: he-IL

X-MS-Has-Attach:

X-MS-Exchange-Organization-SCL: -1

X-MS-TNEF-Correlator: <F3D3391A3F81474890A4A4175BD25E93DAAE50CA@EX-Mbx03.mac.org.il>

MIME-Version: 1.0

X-MS-Exchange-Organization-AuthSource: EX-Hub01.mac.org.il

X-MS-Exchange-Organization-AuthAs: Internal

X-MS-Exchange-Organization-AuthMechanism: 04

X-MS-Exchange-Organization-AVStamp-Mailbox
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by:drtopserv
ID: 41814458
i have copy paste it to you.
what i can get from this info?
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John Hurst earned 1000 total points (awarded by participants)
ID: 41814639
Use the message ID lines to see where the email is coming from:

Message-ID: <F3D3391A3F81474890A4A4175BD25E93DAAE50CA@EX-Mbx03.mac.org.il>
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by:drtopserv
ID: 41814661
how to do it exactly.
I`m a user , i don`t have any access to the server.
only have access to all clients computer .
and i`m sure the anonymous user send the email from one of these clients computers.
by the way, the users have access to the emails also from there cell phone.
maybe he sent it from his cell phone ~.
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by:John Hurst
ID: 41814665
You need an administrator of the Exchange system to do this for you. You cannot do it as a user.
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by:drtopserv
ID: 41814669
is there anyway to try to figure out from clients computers??
and what that msg-ID will give exactly?
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by:John Hurst
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ID: 41814674
The message ID is in the properties of the email. My first post here. Use that.

In Message-ID: <F3D3391A3F81474890A4A4175BD25E93DAAE50CA@EX-Mbx03.mac.org.il>  , the sender came from EX-Mbx03.mac,org.il

You really need the Exchange Administrator to give you the name of the sender.  
F3D3391A3F81474890A4A4175BD25E93DAAE50CA does not mean anything (to me)
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by:drtopserv
ID: 41814748
another question, can i know the client computer ip, from where the email sent?
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by:John Hurst
ID: 41814857
It might be in the headers or obfuscated. You need to look up the IP of the message ID in smart Whois.
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by:drtopserv
ID: 41819648
aha , i will ask server admin .
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