Every email message you send and receive is prefixed with a block of text known as
"header". This contains information about who is sending the message, the recipient of the message, the
servers that handle the message in between the sender and receiver, and other high-tech gobbledigook.
Why Do You Need this "Header" Information?
These headers provide the information we need to prove (or disprove) the source of the alleged
My email client only displays the "From:", "To:", and "Subject:" lines of the
header. How do I view the rest of them?
Most email clients will hide this information from you. Use the following links to read
instructions on viewing the full header information: