How to find Full Headers in Lotus Notes

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How to view email headers in Lotus Notes

 

1. Open the properties box on the message (in the default installation of the Notes Client, it will be the first smart icon on the left, but you can also right-click on the document and choose Properties from the drop down menu) 


2. Choose the second tab on the Properties box, which is a list of fields and their contents 


3. Scroll down to the field "$additionalheaders." That is what Lotus call the Full Headers.


4. Select the field and copy by hitting Control+C on your keyboard

 

5. Forward the Scam Email Report to preserve any attachments.

                    -or-

5. Highlight and copy contents of the field  


6. Click on Forward in your email toolbar and paste the Full Headers above the message text.

 

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