Click the Home tab Double-Click email message to open in separate message window. Go to your new window and click on File’ tab: Select Info then click Properties button. Headers are displayed in the read-only ‘Internet headers’ text box at the bottom of the properties dialog. Click anywhere in the ‘Internet headers’ text box, and… Read More


Open up Gnome Evolution. Click on the message you wish to view. To view the message data, click on View, Message Source or press Ctrl+U. This will display the message data in a new window. To only view the complete headers for a message, click View and  All Message Headers. This will display the complete… Read More


To get the full text of an HTML message from TheBat email software you can do the following: Message -> SaveAs -> Save as Type – I Select Unix Mailboxes[*.mbx] Open the file in your preferred editor, then simply cut and paste. For The Bat! v1.53bis: Select the message in question Click on the “Messages”… Read More


To get mutt (the mail user agent) to forward the full headers (not display them for viewing), use the command “unset forward_decode” in your rc file or directly in the command interface.… Read More


Log in to your Netscape Webmail Click on a message to view it. While viewing the message, click on the yellow triangle to the right of the brief message headers. You can now copy the full headers and paste it into another window. To close the full headers and return to brief headers, click the… Read More


To read the email header in Netscape Messenger : Windows users simply press Ctrl-U (meta-U in unix, ?-U on Macintosh). A new window will open with the full message including the complete header. To copy this to a email message press Ctrl-A to highlight the entire message Press Ctrl-C to copy it. Open the email… Read More


Click “Message” then “View Source” Highlight the message source as normal with the mouse Copy using Control+C Paste into a new message or email… Read More


Open up Lotus Notes Open the email you wish to look at. Click on View. Click on Show and Page Source. This will show the entire contents of the message, with of course, the headers at the top of the message.… Read More


Open up Lotus Notes Single click on the subject line without opening the document to full screen. Select “file” (upper left) then select “export” Name the file Select “export” Click on “selected documents” Select “OK” then copy/paste the entire message. The file is now available where you have saved it. You can either open it… Read More


Go to the default installation of the Notes Client. Click on the first smart icon on the left, or you can also right-click on the document and choose properties from that menu. Open the properties box on the message. Choose the second tab on the properties box, which is a list of fields and their… Read More