More Exchange admins are trying out Outlook 2010 with a view to deploy it in the organization and are finding the new features by trial & error. One change in Outlook 2010 which exchange admins use the most is the “Message Headers”. All you had to do was to right click the message and click on “Options” in previous versions of Outlook.
This has been changed in Outlook 2010 and has been moved to the “File” tab in the message. Let me explain with a test email which I had sent to myself. Right clicking the email in Outlook doesn’t bring “Options”. You need to open the message.
Click on the “File” tab in the top left hand corner.
The “File” tab exposes many options, out of which one is “Properties”.
Click on “Properties” and you can see your message headers.
Now, the shortcut method. Open the email as the above method.
Click on the arrow just below the “Follow Up” button, which is a shortcut for “Message Options”.
And you have your message header.