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View Headers and Source from Outlook .msg file – via Super User

Posted by jpluimers on 2016/05/23

Sometimes people give you .msg files saved from Outlook instead of forwarding those mails by e-mail.

Opening a .msg file requires Outlook.

You don’t need to bind Outlook to an e-mail account for this (so you can skip those steps when asked the first time Outlook opens). An Office installation that includes Outlook suffices.

After opening the message:

  1. Open the toolbar if it’s not open yet
  2. Under “Move” choose “Actions” -> “Other Actions”
  3. Then choose either “Message Header” or “View Source”

For some HTML messages, “View Source” is not available. I’m not yet sure why.

–jeroen

via: How can I view the entire source code of an email in Outlook 2010? – Super User

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