OK, I futzed around for a bit this morning and came up with....nothing.
The computer in question has Office 2003.
Microsoft's online help was useless. Google turned up numerous ways of
viewing headers, but none of them matched up with any of the menu dialog
boxes I saw, and I could not find any menus at all where I had the option
of getting at the headers.
This is stupid.
Outlook REMOVES the headers from the message. The headers are stored
SEPARATELY, but linked to the appropriate message somehow. It is that
separate store which I cannot find.
Outlook Express, Thunderbird and other email clients I have used do NOT
split their messgaes up in the manner of Outlook.
On 1/27/11 6:28 AM, in article Xns9E7A4C0BF60E7tegger@220.127.116.11,
I confess I never use Outlook. Started to set it up once, but it was so
cryptic and dysfunctional I just stick with Outlook Express when I have to
use PC's. Moved to a Mac in '02 and have never looked back.
This page ( http://www.slipstick.com/mail1/viewheaders.htm ) & the
additional links in it appear to have some reasonable looking ideas to get
the headers. I don't have an Outlook set up right now to try any of them.
Looks like a big mess. I guess its one of those things that depends on how
badly you need it.
On 1/25/2011 11:13 PM, Hachiroku $B%O%A%m%/(B wrote:
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in a tub that reminded me of 1960s mens room air freshener, and a lot of
parking in asphalt-ocean parking lots with the windows open in the sunny
summertime. For awhile, if the weather was damp, and you let it sit a
day, you could catch a whiff as you first got in, but even that finally
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