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    Do not show internet header in body of message (OL 2000 SR3)

    I just moved Outlook 2000 from Win 98SE to Win XP. All incoming emails now display the full Internet header information in the body of the email. How can I prevent this?

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    Re: Do not show internet header in body of message (OL 2000 SR3)

    Give us a screen shot of the "full Internet header information ".

    I do NOT understand what is meant.

    Now running HP Pavilion a6528p, with Win7 64 Bit OS.

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    Re: Do not show internet header in body of message

    This sounds more like the fault of the sender:
    MSKB 224902: OL2000: Unwanted Header Information Appears in Mail Message

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    Re: Do not show internet header in body of message

    The Internet header information that was appearing in the body of all my received emails in Outlook 2000 on Win XP, was the same information you would see if you View>Options while reading an email. I have changed Outlook 2000 on Win XP from "Corporate Workgroup" (CW) to "Internet Mail Only" (IMO) and that seems to have eliminated the problem. I think the problem was caused by OL2000 CW using a different progam than OL2000 IMO to read messages from my ISP server.
    To test this theory, I sent email messages FROM 4 computer configurations: Outlook 2000 CW on Win 98SE, Outlook 2000 CW on Win XP, Outlook 2000 IMO on Win XP, and Outlook Express 6 on Win XP. The Internet header information appeared ONLY in those emails that were READ from my ISP server by Outlook 2000 CW on Win XP, regardless of which configuration SENT the emails.

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