Let admin view "Message Header" Details through admin portal.
Let admin view Message Header Details through admin portal. Its very helpful if this feature will be added.
Jeremy Reeves commented
An option to those who have ATP 2 but don't know its there" .... If you have ATP 2: https://protection.office.com/threatexplorer
Change the View to "All email" or whichever search criteria youd like to search. Then filter for the email you're looking for. Select the message Subject to return that item. From there click the Details tab and select "View headers" or "Download email".
If you dont have it currently, the license may be worth it for your org to buy for your admin account because of the time it will save researching/fiddling with impersonations, requesting originals as attachments, powershell, and however else everyone does this...
John Stephan commented
Yes. I vote "yes" for this feature! The ability to view the message header through message trace via the Admin portal - this would definitely be welcome!
Ryan Blake commented
This, yes!! We need to be able to view the entire message header for all e-mails through Message Trace. Even the extended message trace puts the header into a strange format. Just give us what Outlook Message Options gives us, but through the admin portal and through Message Trace!
I get DAILY requests from users asking, is this spam? Is this legit? Would be so much simpler if I could look at the headers on their messages easily. I used to be able to do that with all my other 3rd party mail filter systems. I guess I should be happy they ask instead of just clicking things :-) I started using powershell but even that is a 55 step process to get logged in and find the right command, etc.
Paul Kopalek commented
Not only shocking, more like appalling. This has been in forums asking questions for a half-decade, at least. Setting up a mailbox, then with that mailbox setting 'Full Control', then impersonating the user, just to see some email headers.......... that's so unacceptable it's almost hilarious. Add this to the list of 50 major reasons we've fully avoided Office 365 (and still advise against it when possible), for the past half decade. The support is trash, the feature requests sit unnoticed, it's loaded with outages and issues, and the plans are daunting for a small business to constantly sort through. Yes, that's what IT is for. However, it used to be a bit simpler to communicate to businesses what they are getting. Now, the offerings have so many niche features (and some that don't have features that they say they do like the previous M365 that had P1, but not REALLY full P1, for example) - it's just a cluster. But viewing header information...... this is hilariously basic. Where is it?
Victor Oghifobibi commented
I'm so shocked this wasn't done from the get-go. It's too basic. users don't need message headers, administrators do. And I'm even shocked at the fact that this was raised last year and its more than a year but no updates or comments from other administrators. amazing