How add Options to Outlook in MS365 so I can see email headers


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    Windolws 10
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    How add Options to Outlook in MS365 so I can see email headers


    I found the Options in the Customize Ribbon > Quick Access Toolbar and added it so hopefully I can see an email header without opening the email similar to Win7.

    Now I just need to know how to display the Quick Access Toolbar?
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    robls99 said:
    I found the Options in the Customize Ribbon > Quick Access Toolbar and added it so hopefully I can see an email header without opening the email similar to Win7.

    Now I just need to know how to display the Quick Access Toolbar?
    You need to 'Pin the Ribbon' and 'Show Quick Access Toolbar above the Ribbon' or the un-pinned Ribbon will hide both the email header and the Quick Access Toolbar.
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    Windolws 10
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    Thanks Edwin,

    A small check off box at the bottom of the "Customize the Quick Access Toolbar" says

    "Show Quick Access Toolbar below the Ribbon".

    Now the QA Toolbar shows but I don't find anything in the various options that refers to showing the header info in the preview wndow.

    I use the header to help me determine if it Spam or not.

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    Edwin,

    All the instruction for MS 365 on the web say the same thing:

    Double click the message to open it outside of the preview pane >
    File > Properties > Internet Headers

    The whole point of wanting to see the header is to check for spoofing BEFORE you open it.
    Why would you want to open it FIRST?

    Win7 had a special Option to open the header first!

    Help
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    robls99 said:
    ...Help...
    • Right click on any Quick Access Toolbar item,
    • choose Customize Quick Access Toolbar...,
    • In the Outllook Options window, under Choose commands from:, expand the Popular Commands drop down menu and choose All Commands,
    • scroll down and choose Message Options... and click Add > > in the middle column,
    • click OK.
    • that added entry will open the selected message's Properties window wherein lies the full Internet Header.
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  5. Posts : 101
    Windolws 10
    Thread Starter
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    Edwin,

    Thank you, Thank you, Thank you, Thank you, Thank you, Thank you, Thank you, Thank you!

    It was sooooooooo easy, how could I miss that!!

    You're the MAN!!

    Have a great week,

    Rob
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    robls99 said:
    ...Have a great week...
    Likewise!
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