Internet Headers Missing (SENT ONLY)

Michael Bauer

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The internet header is available only for received items.

Best regards

Michael Bauer

Am Tue, 9 Mar 2010 21:09:05 -0500 schrieb 3mtsys:


> All Sent Internet Headers are Missing in Outlook 2007.
> Is this a know issue?

> -3mtsys
 

3mtsys

Member
Thank you for your reply.




I would like to know more about the extent of this problem as follows:




1. Is this specific to OL 2007?




2. Why is it not a supported function? (Are not Mail audits via header data an essential and most valuable tool in both troubleshooting, business continuity, and legal scenarios?.)




3. Am I correct in observing that the Header exists but is not visible? (I was able to send email as an attachment and then download it via a third party mail client back into OL2007 and then surprisingly see what was once non-viewable header data.)




4. Am I correct in observing that this in not limited to Exchange hosted mail accounts but also internet based accounts, e.g., IMAP?




Bye the way, I really like the category tool your website is offering. I'm strongly considering it for my business. Especially the Enterprise version as I envision solving some collaboration problems among co-workers.




-thanks, 3mtsys






The internet header is available only for received items.




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Best regards


Michael Bauer




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Am Tue, 9 Mar 2010 21:09:05 -0500 schrieb 3mtsys:




> All Sent Internet Headers are Missing in Outlook 2007.

> Is this a know issue?

>

> -3mtsys
 

Michael Bauer

Senior Member
Outlook version
Outlook 2010 32 bit
Email Account
Exchange Server
1. The header isn't added by the sending email client. That's not specific

to OL07 only.

2. Especially for the legal scenario, if you could add the header yourself,

it would be meaningless. Though I don't know whether a header does have any

legal meaning.

3. See 1. You can see the header on all received messages, but they don't

exist on your sent ones. The receiver of your message gets a header, of

course.

Thanks for looking at Category Manager. If any question comes up, please

drop me line.

Best regards

Michael Bauer

Am Wed, 10 Mar 2010 10:46:53 -0500 schrieb 3mtsys:


> Thank you for your reply.

> I would like to know more about the extent of this problem as follows:

> 1. Is this specific to OL 2007?

> 2. Why is it not a supported function? (Are not Mail audits via header
> data an essential and most valuable tool in both troubleshooting,
> business continuity, and legal scenarios?.)

> 3. Am I correct in observing that the Header exists but is not visible?
> (I was able to send email as an attachment and then download it via a
> third party mail client back into OL2007 and then surprisingly see what
> was once non-viewable header data.)

> 4. Am I correct in observing that this in not limited to Exchange
> hosted mail accounts but also internet based accounts, e.g., IMAP?

> Bye the way, I really like the category tool your website is offering.
> I'm strongly considering it for my business. Especially the Enterprise
> version as I envision solving some collaboration problems among
> co-workers.

> -thanks, 3mtsys

> 'Michael Bauer [MVP - Outlook Wrote:
> > ;131046']The internet header is available only for received items.
>

>> > > Best regards
> > Michael Bauer
> >

> >

>
>
>> Am Tue, 9 Mar 2010 21:09:05 -0500 schrieb 3mtsys:
> >
> >> All Sent Internet Headers are Missing in Outlook 2007.
> >> Is this a know issue?
> >
>>> -3mtsys
 

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