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I should have mentioned that my method of choice and my reasoning are 
more applicable when the Message Pane is turned off, which is my normal 
layout preference. [View > Layout > Message Pane, or F8 key]


On 9/30/2010 10:02 AM, Don Tripp wrote:
> You can also see the headers -- without opening the email -- by 
> viewing the Message Source. This is done by highlighting the email in 
> question then selecting the Message Source option from the View menu 
> (or by using the Control-U shortcut). You will see the entire email 
> source in a new window, including all the headers.
>
> I find this approach more convenient because you can see the full 
> headers plus the details of any links in the body of the email (to 
> inspect for origin). Other advantages are that it is safer (harder to 
> click on links accidentally), doesn't trigger web bugs, wraps the 
> headers for easier viewing (the View All Headers option lets them run 
> off the screen to the right, making it harder to see them), and is 
> easier to invoke because of the Control-U shortcut. YMMV.
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