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I need to track an email coming internal from within company from which source email originated
We have mail box in office 365 and using outlook 2010
How do I get the original header info
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Hi Pramod,

You need to go to the “File” tab in the new window and click on the “Properties” button.

Check this article: https://blogs.msdn.microsoft.com/theothersteve/2010/04/15/how-to-view-full-email-headers-in-outlook-2010/

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Agreed. If the email is spam, the headers will not give you the proper sender.  Otherwise headers work fine.

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You need the header information in the properties of the email.  Message trace won't give you all that detail.

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My last question can I paste the message header imx tool box to see the route or any message header analyzer
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Yes, when you open headers, you can copy items from the headers and then paste elsewhere.
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Thank you and good luck with your analysis

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