Outlook 2013 will not send email with a particular symbol, namely a piece of paper with a pencil.
Such a symbol is probably created when I edit an email. The top symbol with the traditional envelope, sends no trouble, the bottom one sticks in the Outbox and is not sent.
Question: What causes this behaviour? How can I overcome it and send my email.
That icon represents a draft in the outbox, or something edited while it was in the outbox. Try disabling add-ins like iCloud. source
For me it was a Norton add-in that just appeared.
from the command line. If that works, start ruling out you add-ins.
How can I view the source of an email in Outlook 2013?
I want to see the exact email source, as I can do in Gmail or in Mozilla Thunderbird. I'm particularly interested in the top matter (headers?). Here's an example, courtesy Gmail.
Received: by 10.50.110.41 with SMTP id hx9csp12093igb;
Wed, 19 Sep 2012 01:36:43 -0700 (PDT)
Received: by 10.229.137.133 with SMTP id w5mr1607897qct.21.1348043802480;
Wed, 19 Sep 2012 01:36:42 -0700 (PDT)
Return-Path: <[email protected][email protected][email protected][email protected][email protected][email protected][email protected][email protected][email protected][email protected][email protected][email protected]
As for the content of the email, I don't know how to read the source for that.
Is File - Info - Properties not working to display the headers?
This answer is from here: email.about.com
Make Available the Complete Message Source in Outlook
To set up Outlook so you can see the complete source of emails:
For Outlook 2013:
Go to HKEY_CURRENT_USER\Software\Microsoft\Office\15.0\Outlook\Options\Mail.
Select Edit | New | DWord from the menu.
Double-click the newly created SaveAllMIMENotJustHeaders value.
Close the registry editor.
Restart Outlook if it has been running.
See the Complete Source of a Message in Outlook
Now you can retrieve the source of newly retrieved POP messages (editing the SaveAllMIMENotJustHeaders value does not restore the complete message source for emails that were already in Outlook):
Click on the desired message with the right mouse button in the Outlook mailbox.
Select Options... from the menu.
Find the message source under the (now improperly named) Internet headers: section.
Open the message in a new window.
Message → Actions → Other Actions → View Source