An administrator wanted to know how to open the Email Properties dialog:
In outlook 2007 I double clicked the email address once Outlook had underlined it in the To field, then the email properties box opens and I could change the email type to Internet Type. But in outlook 2010 that feature is not there.
It's there, its just harder to find, in both Outlook 2010 and Outlook 2013.
If you are looking for the full Internet Headers, you need the messages properties dialog.
To get to the property dialog you are looking for, hover over (or click on) the address and the new contact card will display. Click on the icon that resembles a page then choose Outlook Properties at the bottom.
Outlook's new Contact card, which comes up when you hover over any email in the reading pane, open message, or in the address field of a reply or forward.
If it's a one-off address (no contact exists), you should get the simple Email Properties dialog where you can change the address type.
If Outlook Properties opens a contact form, you will need to repeat the steps above on the email address in the contact.
Published October 20, 2011. Last reviewed on May 8, 2014.