Change Outlook 2016 settings to always display time email was sent

Outlook 2016 doesn't always display the time that an email was sent (next to the date the email was sent--see the screenshot).

How can I change the Outlook 2016 settings to always display time email was sent while I am viewing the email?

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JohnBusiness Consultant (Owner)Commented:
When you are displaying the email, make sure the little UP arrow, right side is pointing down.

Change that to UP and then To line appears and the Time goes away. Change it to DOWN and the To line disappears and the Time comes back.

I leave the UP arrow always showing UP.

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JohnBusiness Consultant (Owner)Commented:
Thank you and I was happy to help you with this
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