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How to get email header in outlook and gmail

How to get email header in Outlook:

In Outlook 2016, 2013, or 2010
In an open email message, click the File tab.

On the Info tab, click Properties.

Header information appears in the Internet headers box.

 

In Outlook 2007
Open an email message.

On the Message tab, in the Options group, click the Dialog Box Launcher Icon image .

In the Message Options dialog box, the headers appear in the Internet headers box.

 

How to get email header from Gmail

  1. Log in to Gmail
  2. Open the message you’d like to view headers for.
  3. Click the down arrow next to Reply, at the top of the message pane.
  4. Select Show Original.
  5. A summary of the headers will appear in a new window. To get the full headers, click Download Original.

Note: If you use Gmail with a work or school account and have S/MIME enabled, you can click Download S/MIME Original or Download Decrypted.

 

 

 

 

How to configure an e-mail account in Outlook Express

If you have an email account set up on the server, you may want to configure Outlook or Outlook express to send/receive email from this email address. To configure Outlook to connect to your account, please do the following:

  1. Open Outlook Express
  2. Go to “Tools” and click on “Accounts
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  3. An “Internet Accounts” window will pop up. Select the Mail tab, then “Add“, then click on “Mail“.
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  4. This will start up Internet Connection Wizard. Enter your name where it says “Display name:” and click “Next” at the bottom right.
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  5. Select the Next button
  6. Enter your Email address in the input box. This does NOT have to be your “username@yourdomain.com”( you can use “john@yourdomain.com, webmaster@yourdomain.com, etc). Then click Next

  7. Click the Next button
  8. In the Incoming mail field type mail.yourdomain.com.In the Outgoing mail (SMTP)field type mail.yourdomain.com
    (so if your domain name is elitepolls.com, then you would put “mail.elitepolls.com” there). Click Next
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  9. For the Account Name, type the full email address (including the domain name). In the Password section, type the password for the email.
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  10. Click the Next button
  11. Click the Finish button
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  12. You should still see the Mail tab, so click the Properties button
  13. Select the Servers tab
  14. Check the box at the bottom which says “My server requires authentication”
  15. Select the Advanced tab
  16. At the top, you will see “Server Port Numbers” and “Outgoing mail (SMTP):” with a value of 25. You need to change this to port 26 if you are not able to send emails using 25.
  17. Click the Apply button, OK button, and the Close button.
  18. You’re done! Now you can test your email.

Manually set up Outlook to connect to Exchange Online

A) Click Start, click Control Panel, and then click Mail.

B)  Click Show Profiles and then click Add.

C) Type a name for the profile, and then click OK.

D)  Click to select the Manually configure server settings or additional server types check box, and then click Next.

E)  Click Microsoft Exchange, and then click Next.

F) In the Server box, type the host address that you noted in step 2 <Server>.

G) Make sure that the Use Cached Exchange Mode option is selected.

H) In the User Name box, type your user name (for example, alias@contoso.com), and then click More Settings.

I) Click the Connection tab.

J) Make sure that the Connect to Microsoft Exchange using HTTP check box is selected, and then click Exchange Proxy Settings.

K)  In the Use this URL to connect to my proxy server for Exchange box, type the host address that you noted in step 2 <PublicFolderServer>.

L) Make sure that the Only connect to proxy servers that have this principal name in their certificate check box is selected, and then type msstd:outlook.com.

M) Click to select the On fast networks, connect using HTTP first, then connect using TCP/IP check box, and then click to select the On slow networks, connect using HTTP first, then connect using TCP/IP check box.

N) Under Proxy authentication settings, click Basic Authentication.

O)  Click OK.

P)  Click the Security tab.

Q)  In the Logon network security dropdown-list, select Anonymous Authentication.

R)  Click OK.

S) Click Check Names. When the server name and the user name are displayed with an underline, click Next.

T)  Click Finish.

How to configure Outlook to receive e-mail messages from an POP / IMAP server for Outlook Express

  1. Start Outlook Express.
  2. Go to Tools a Accounts à Mail
  3. Click on Add a Mail. .
  4. Enter Your Name for display Name and then click Next.
  5. Enter Your email address and then click Next
  6. For “My incoming mail server is a “ Pulldown, Select POP3 / IMAP. Enter “mail.yourdomainname” as Incoming & Outgoing Mail Server and then Click Next
  7. Enter the userid (i.e. you email address) for Account Name & its password. Make Sure “Remember Password” is checked otherwise you will need to supply your password every time you startup outlook express and then click Next.
  8. Click Finish.

Note – My Server Requires SMTP Authentication Should be TICK

 

 

How to configure Outlook to receive e-mail messages from an POP / IMAP server for Outlook 2003 and earlier versions of Outlook

Steps to configure Outlook 2003

  1. Open Outlook.
  2. Click on the Tools menu, click E-mail Accounts.
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  3. Under E-mail Accounts, click Add a new e-mail account, and then click Next.
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  4. Click POP as the type of account that you are creating, and then click Next.
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  5. In the Your Name box, enter your name exactly as you would like it to appear to recipients.
  6. In the E-mail Address box, type your e-mail address.
  7. In the User Name box, type your account name.
  8. In the Password box, type your password.
  9. In the Incoming mail server (POP) box, type mail.yourdomainname
  10. In the Outgoing mail server (SMTP) box, type mail.yourdomainname

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11.  Click ‘More Settings…,’ and then click the ‘Outgoing Server’ tab.

12. Check box next to ‘My Server Requires SMTP Authentication’ and select ‘Use same settings as my incoming mail server.’
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13. Click the ‘Advanced’ tab, and Enter ‘110’ in the box next to ‘Incoming server (SMTP):

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14. Click OK.

15. Click ‘Test Account Settings…’ After receiving ‘Congratulations! All tests completed successfully,’ click ‘Close.’

16. Click ‘Next’ and then click ‘Finish’.

How to configure Outlook to receive e-mail messages from an POP / IMAP server for Outlook 2007

  1. Start Outlook.
  2. On the Tools menu, click Account Settings.
  3. Click New.
  4. Click Microsoft Exchange, POP3, IMAP, or HTTP, and then click Next.
  5. In the Auto Account Setup dialog box, click to select the Manually configure server settings or additional server types check box, and then click Next.
  6. Click Internet E-Mail, and then click Next.
  7. In the Server Information section, select POP for Account Type.
  8. In the Your Name box, enter your name exactly as you want it to appear to recipients.
  9. In the E-mail Address box, type your e-mail address.
  10. In the User Name box, type your account name.
  11. In the Password box, type your password.
  12. In the Incoming mail server box, type mail.domainname
  13. In the Outgoing mail server (SMTP) box, type mail.domainname
  14. Click Next after you have completed entering this configuration information, and then click Finish.

 

Note – My Server Requires SMTP Authentication Should be TICK

 

How to configure Outlook to receive e-mail messages from an POP / IMAP server for Outlook 2010

  1. Start Outlook.
  2. On the File menu, click Info and click Account Settings.
  3. Select Account Settings from the list.
  4. On the E-mail tab, click New and Select Email Account, and then click Next
  5. Click to select the Manually configure server settings or additional server types check box, and then click Next.
  6. Click Internet E-Mail, and then click Next.
  7. In the Server Information section, select POP for Account Type.
  8. In the Your Name box, enter your name exactly as you want it to appear to recipients.
  9. In the E-mail Address box, type your e-mail address.
  10. In the User Name box, type your account name.
  11. In the Password box, type your password.
  12. 12.   In the Incoming mail server box, type mail.domainname
  13. 13.   In the Outgoing mail server (SMTP) box, type mail.domainname
  14. Click Next after you have completed entering this configuration information, and then click Finish.

Note – My Server Requires SMTP Authentication Should be TICK

 

Office Compare suites available through volume licensing

Office Compare suites available through volume licensing

If you need to purchase five or more licenses, Microsoft Office offers two suites that are available through volume licensing—Office Professional Plus 2013 and Office Standard 2013. If you need fewer than five licenses, see the comparison for other Office suites.

The following table illustrates the different applications in the two suites and their enterprise value. The suites also differ in the level of integration with related business productivity servers.

 

Office Standard
2013
Office Professional Plus 2013
Applications
word_2013 Word 2013
Transform your ideas into professional-looking documents.
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excel_2013 Excel 2013
Achieve valuable insights with powerful analysis tools.
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powerpoint_2013 PowerPoint 2013
Turn your ideas into impactful presentations.
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onenote_2013 OneNote 2013
Collect your information in one easy-to-find place.
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outlook_2013 Outlook 2013 with Business Contact Manager
All of the benefits of Outlook 2013, plus powerful customer and contact management.
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publisher_2013 Publisher 2013Create professional-quality publications and marketing materials. right_logo right_logo
Office Web Apps (Word, Excel, PowerPoint, OneNote) right_logo right_logo
access_2013 Access 2013
Track and report important information with easy-to-use database tools.
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infopath_2013 InfoPath 2013Quickly collect the information your business needs with easy-to-create forms. right_logo

lync_2013 Lync 20131

Be more productive by communicating and collaborating easily with others in different locations.

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Group policy
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Compliance and archiving1

With Team Mailbox, users can: share mail and docs directly to a folder; inform or block email with sensitive information; encrypt email inside and outside of your organization. Archive recorded meetings, including IM conversations.

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Business intelligence

Explore different views of data with a click. Conduct a cross-tab analysis of large datasets for a 360° view. Predict trends by quickly charting historical trends. Scan spreadsheets for errors, hidden info, broken links, and inconsistencies. View audit trail of changes in spreadsheet.

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Enterprise voice1

Put a Lync call on hold and continue another conversation. Support for call center type of usage (group of phones rings when a single number is dialed); ability to trace malicious calls. Enable/disable ability to record Lync meetings.

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Information rights management and policy capabilities1

Safeguard digital information from unauthorized use through integration with Windows Rights Management Services (RMS) for Windows Server.

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Contextual access to business and social networking1

Get a people-centric view of your company and connect to popular social networking sites to get news from customers, prospects, and partners.

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Integrated enterprise content management1

Provide secure access to business information through operability with SharePoint.

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Publish data insights1

Publish worksheets with strong fidelity to the web, and create web databases.

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Unified instant messaging, presence, and voice1

Easily communicate with others in different locations or time zones using familiar Office tools and Lync.

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Managed email folders and retention policy1

Use a variety of tools and features that improve your organization’s ability to maintain compliance with document retention policies—from accessible document creation to email retention.

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Integrated electronic forms1

Extend InfoPath forms to Internet browsers and mobile devices for use in SharePoint-enabled business workflows and other areas.

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The suites provide different levels of integration with business productivity servers. Contact a Microsoft Certified Partner to find the best solution for your needs.

What’s changed or removed in Office 2013


The following table contains information about what’s changed in Outlook 2013.

Title Scope Type of Change Description
Outlook Meeting Workspaces Outlook Removing the feature The Meeting workspaces feature is removed from Outlook. The entry point commands to create Meeting Workspaces is removed from both the Quick Access Toolbar and the Ribbon.
Outlook Exchange Classic offline Outlook Removing the feature Offline mode is being removed from Outlook.
Remove /Cleanfreebusy switch and code Outlook Removing the feature Users can no longer start Outlook by using the /cleanfreebusy switch. If they try this, they will receive the following message: “Cannot start Microsoft Outlook. The command line argument is not valid. Verify the switch you are using.”
Command Bars object model (OM) Outlook Modification The Command Bars OM is being changed so that built-in Command Bar objects cannot be accessed through programming.
Outlook Direct Booking Outlook Removing the feature Direct booking of resources in the calendar no longer exists.
Import/Export to Applications Outlook Removing specific file-format support from the Import/Export wizard in Outlook The ability to import/export Outlook data to legacy file formats.
Journal Module and Journaling Outlook Removing the feature The Journal Module is being removed as a top-level module, and auto-journaling is also being removed.
Outlook Links Collection Office Removing the feature Links Collection object model is removed.
Notes and Journal customization Outlook Removing the feature Notes are now only yellow and medium size.
Legacy Contact Linking Outlook Removing the feature The capability to link arbitrary Outlook items to Outlook contacts. This contact linking existed only for displaying information in the Activities tab of the contact, which is a feature that is also removed for Outlook 2013.
Outlook Activities tab Outlook Removing the feature The Activities tab on contact forms is not available for Outlook 2013. The Activities tab used to aggregate all Outlook items (e-mail, meetings, tasks, and so on) associated with a contact.
Outlook Mobile Service (OMS) Outlook Removing the feature Support for the Outlook Mobile Service protocol, which is used for sending and receiving text messages from Outlook, is being removed.
Suggested Contacts Outlook Removing the feature Suggested Contacts was used to automatically keep track of everyone the user sends a message to, but who isn’t in Outlook contacts.In a clean Outlook 2013 installation, Suggested Contacts is no longer available, the folder never is created, and no suggested contact items are created. In an upgrade to Outlook 2013, this folder is visible, and participates in linking, aggregation and search. However, no new suggested contact items are added to the folder. The folder displays in an upgrade scenario. However, it can now be deleted.
Outlook Pubcal: Calendar Publishing Outlook Removing the feature Removing the ability to publish one’s calendar to Office.com.
Outlook/Exchange Deliver to PST Outlook Removing the feature Removing the ability for users to have Exchange accounts delivering into PST files.
Dialup/VPN Options Outlook Removing the feature Removing application level dial-up options and VPN options.
Public Folder Free/Busy Office Removing the feature Public Folder Free/Busy feature is replaced.
ToDo Bar Outlook Removing the feature A new functionality is implemented.
User Datagram Protocol (UDP) Office Removing the feature UDP is removed. In earlier versions of Outlook the feature was used for new mail alert results and for folder updates.
Preview unread messages Office Removing the feature The Auto Preview feature to preview unread items is removed. It remains possible to configure Message Preview for one, two, and three lines.
Outlook categories quick click Office Removing the feature Categories quick click from the message list is removed. Categories are displayed when they are applied in Office 2013 by right-clicking or using Ribbon buttons.
Outlook Search through Windows Shell Office and Windows Removing the feature In Office 2013, Outlook items do not display in Windows Shell searches (for example, searches from the Start Menu or by using Win+F). Perform Office searches within Office 2013.
Reason for Change Benefits Replacement Additional Information
The feature was not widely used. Allows for a simpler Ribbon experience. N/A For the feature description, see Use Meeting Workspaces to organize meetings
Offline mode is a legacy data access method for online mode connections to Exchange Server. N/A N/A N/A
Because of the removal of the Public Folder Free/Busy feature, this switch is no longer needed. N/A N/A N/A
Command bars are not used in Outlook 2013. Therefore, add-ins that use the Command Bars OM are not required. N/A Use the IRibbonExtensibility interface in an Outlook 2013 add-in instead of command bars. You can’t customize Inspector ribbons by using VBScript code behind forms. Updating Earlier Code for CommandBarsFor more information about how to use IRibbonExtensibility to customize the Outlook 2013 user interface programmatically, see Extending the User Interface in Outlook 2010.
This functionality is outdated and is superseded by the Exchange Availability service and free/busy for resources. More reliable service. Mailboxes that are currently configured to use Outlook direct booking should be migrated to Exchange 2007 or Exchange Server 2010 resource mailboxes.Exchange 2007 and Exchange Server 2010 resource mailboxes provide a better range of features. These mailboxes also provide server-side administration by using the Exchange Management Shell or the Exchange Management Console to simplify resource mailbox management. N/A
The following legacy formats were removed from the Import/Export Wizard: Internet Mail Account Settings, Internet Mail and Addresses, Comma Separated Values (DOS), Access 97-2003, Excel 97-2003, Tab Separated Values (DOS), Tab Separated Values (Windows), ACT!, Contact Manager, Lotus Organizer, Outlook Express/Windows Mail, Personal Address Book. N/A Import/Export to the PST and CSV formats is still a supported option. Export Outlook items to an Outlook Data File (.pst)
N/A Replacement is unnecessary. N/A N/A
Functionality is removed in the UI. N/A N/A N/A
Keeping the Notes module simple. Simplifying how Notes are used. N/A N/A
Contact linking is replaced by the Outlook Social Connector and the New Person Card. N/A N/A N/A
N/A Simplicity The Activities tab is replaced by the Outlook Social Connector and displays in the People pane. N/A
Feature has low usage. No user benefit. N/A N/A
N/A N/A N/A N/A
N/A N/A Users in Exchange Server environments can use Exchange Calendar Publishing.Non-Exchange users can use a service such as Hotmail to share calendars. Enable Internet Calendar PublishingHow to keep your family in sync with Hotmail Calendar
N/A N/A N/A N/A
Available as part of the operating system. N/A Follow operating system instructions for configuring VPN or dial-up networking connections, For Windows Vista and Windows 7, see Set up an incoming VPN or dial-up connection.For Windows 8, see Configure a Dial-Up Networking Connection Item.
Replaced by the Exchange availability service Free/Busy functionality is more reliable Free busy information can be obtained through the Exchange Availability service Understanding the Availability Service
A new feature known as Pinned Peeks is implemented to achieve similar functionality. Pinned Peeks feature N/A N/A
The UDP functionality that was provided by UDP is replaced with an asynchronous notification method. N/A N/A N/A
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Low usage. This feature was used by around 1% of users. Simplicity Apply categories by choosing from the short-cut menus (right clicking) or by choosing Ribbon buttons. N/A
N/A N/A Search Office items within the Office application. N/A

Exchange Server 2013 Feature Updates


Tip of the day

 

The following describes the new and changed features that are available if you have Exchange Server 2013.

Available with Exchange Server 2013

  • Additions/changes
  • Description

Apps for Outlook

An app for Outlook is a cloud-enabled application that integrates rich, scenario-focused content and services together with Outlook 2013. You can obtain apps for Outlook from the Office Store. Exchange Administrators can make specific apps for Outlook available to their end-users if their Exchange accounts are on Exchange Server 2013. For more information, see Manage Apps for Office.

Data Loss Prevention

Data loss prevention (DLP) is a new feature area in Exchange Server 2013. DLP capabilities help you protect sensitive data and inform users of internal compliance policies. DLP can also help keep your organization safe from users who mistakenly send sensitive information to unauthorized people. The new Exchange DLP features help you identify, monitor, and protect sensitive data by using deep content analysis.

Exchange Server 2013 offers built-in DLP policies that are based on regulatory standards such as personally identifiable information (PII) and payment card industry data security standards (PCI). DLP is extensible so that it can support other policies that are important to your business. Additionally, the new Policy Tips in Outlook inform users about policy violations before they send sensitive data.

For information about how to configure Data Loss Prevention and Policy Tips with Exchange Server 2013, see Data Loss Prevention and Policy Tips.

Site Mailboxes

Site mailboxes improve collaboration and user productivity by allowing access to both SharePoint 2013 documents and Exchange email that use the same client interface. A site mailbox consists of SharePoint 2013 site membership (owners and members), shared storage through an Exchange Server 2013 mailbox for email messages and a SharePoint 2013 site for documents, and a management interface that addresses provisioning and life-cycle needs.

Site mailboxes require Exchange Server 2013 and SharePoint Server 2013 integration and configuration. For more information, see Configure site mailboxes in SharePoint Server 2013 Preview.