Always show the Sender's Full email address and Full Name.
Currently, only part of the Sender's email address is shown.
Philippa Willes commented
I want to know an email is genuine. I want to flag scams.
Showing the full address by default is really important and help preventing most scam email with spoofed name.
We can say to user to be vigilant but if we don't create a better tool for them to fight spam than we are not helping.
Lenny Vaznis commented
Expose the smtp address of sender without opening email to be able to more easily identify phishing emails
Roger Koradi commented
It's rather frustrating not knowing who I got mail from/who I'm writing to.
Maybe the respond button had filled in a wrong address?
Maybe I'm getting mail from somebody who pretends to be a known contact but had malicious intent?
all I need to know is see the address ... except I can't.
This is currently not a feature, it's a flaw
Mack Jordan commented
Right now I have to click sender names to see if it's in fact a company sending me an email or a scam. Make the email address always show.
will armstrong commented
stop hiding sender email address by default
Right now only the senders name is displayed in emails by default. If users wants to see the email address of who sent the email, they have to tap the name.
This is very dangerous for security reasons as scams and phishing emails usually masquerade as legitimate emails by way of using established names. Our best defense against such mails is to check the name against the email address. Having the address displayed permanently helps as we may at times forget to tap to check. I personally received about hundreds of such emails per month and despite me being aware of the risks and what to look out for, at times I fail to detect such emails and accidentally tap through to the phishing website about once or twice a year. It is always due to me forgetting to tap the name to check the email. (Maybe the content of the email is urgent or too exciting?)
What would be even better is if outlook could check the name against the address for us and help us flag out emails where the senders aren't who they say they are :)
Thank you. Tried to switch to another app for this reason but I always come back to outlook because it's the best app for me.
Frank Wang commented
display sender's email address on moblie app
Jonathan Wolstenholme commented
Email user interface on mobile sender reveal
Ian Wissemann commented
show the time of the email when viewed
PLEASE DO THIS!!!!!! MY 73 year old mother cannot distinguish phishing emails because of this!!!!!!! THIS IS A SIMPLE FIX!!! WHAT THE **** ARE YOU WAITING FOR?????
display address instead of name
pat nad commented
spam and fishing emails are getting more advanced, some include malicious string, or can tell when you open thus allowing them to revise and make even better phishing scams. if we had the ability to see the sender before opening the email then it would partially hinder their phishing schemes
Seong Hoon Jho commented
Could we please get the ability to see the senders email address without opening the email? The senders name isnt safe enough protection from scam emails as they can be faked.
Jesse Ilminen commented
Show the actual email address mail was sent from, and get your spam filters working. I get daily phishing emails from "Apple", "Netflix" etc but sent from "firstname.lastname@example.org". Start applying some reasonable filters to catch these repetitive obviously fake emails. no other email service has passed along such obvious fakes to my inbox, much less every day several times.
Ryan Kendall commented
Outlook on Android doesn't display from email address, even if you tap on it you don't have any details. only when you reply to a email does it display the actual FROM address. It's a real pain separating fake Microsoft, PayPal, Amazon emails from actual.
stephane loiseleur commented
Au lieux d'affiché uniquement la première lettre en majuscule je préfère avoir un rideau pour voir en entier les noms des adresse email. car j'ai plusieurs comptes e-mail.
JP Victory commented
OMG can you please do this? I cant believe it was suggested in 2017. Please catch up microsoft!
Too many phishing emails. While opening on iphone there is no way to see senders full address without opening, which is too lat