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email how do I find email address of sender

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  1. tony007

    tony007 Banned Thread Starter

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    When someone sends me an email where do I look to find their email address. I know I can just click on reply to answer but sometimes I just want to see where the email is coming from. Also when I block a sender are they notified that there email has been blocked. Thanks.
     
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    What program are we talking here IE, outlook Express etc
     
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    i became aware that one indiviual had blocked my email when the message was returned as a blocked sender.

    in oe or outlook/properties.:cool:
     
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    Sorry its outlook express.
     
  5. tony007

    tony007 Banned Thread Starter

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    Thanks Bearone I think thats answered my question. Thanks also to Bonk.
     
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    1) Highlight an email (don't open it).
    2) Right click->Properties->Details->Message Source (Maximize).

    That will get you all the "inside" information available to you. Also this is a safe way to look at suspicious (spam) emails. This will not trigger a trojan/worm/virus or spam.

    sekirt
     
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