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Published on July 17th, 2013 | by alfbrand



The header of an email is a section that isn’t visible to the recipient unless they have “View Headers” turned on. The header tells the recipient what servers the email is coming from and what programs are being used to generate the email. Headers contain information on the email itself and the route it’s taken across the Internet. Recipients can normally see the “to” (identity of recipient), “from” (identity of sender) and “subject” (information in the subject line) headers in their inbox.


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