Provide an option or feature to show source of message, especially real sender and servers information in Microsoft Outlook 2016
Make an option available to see a sender real address and it would be greatly appreciated to see mail delivery servers route e.g. from context menu.
Frustrated Admin commented
The Mac version of Office Outlook has 'View Source' on the message context menu, why not the PC version? Examining the raw message source is essential when it comes to identifying malware and phishing attacks. On a Mac it takes two clicks and under a second. I can't believe the hoops I have to jump through with the Windows version. An ASCII viewer has to be one of the simplest functionality changes for a development team to add. The implication of not doing it is Microsoft being content to facilitate 1,000s of vulnerable people becoming the victims of fraud.
Upset User commented
I cannot fricking believe there is no way to view the source of a message beyond seeing the headers (for which a user must go through SEVERAL clicks).
WTF was Microsoft thinking???
Matt Baker commented
Ribbon item that allows you to view the message's source code.
Right clicking in a message's body sometimes displays the option to View code, but mostly not sue to the context sensitivity.
Seconding. I can find the headers in properties but sometimes when analyzing malicious email, I want to see what's in the HTML source code of the body without going through several steps and an external viewer.