Finding the Sender of an Email Message in Microsoft Outlook
Have you ever received spam . . . from yourself?? I have! Here's how you
found out who really sent the email message without opening the email.
Right-click the message in your message list, and choose Options. In there,
you'll be able to find an email address that you probably don't recognize. Just
look for it in the Internet headers box, as shown in the graphic below. This one
is an email from me to me—not
one of those bad ones.
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