Try this:
Go to the View tab.Click on "View Settings" at the top left.Click the "Columns" button.There's a drop-down in the upper-left of the window.  There's a variety of options such as "All Mail Fields".  There might be one in there that fits the bill.
Dave




On Thursday, February 14, 2019, 12:45:00 PM EST, Rob Berendt <rob@xxxxxxxxx> wrote:

Back on Notes we used to click on stuff which would show that even if the email came from
Sam Snead <ssnead@xxxxxxxxxx>
it really came from immagoon@xxxxxxxxxxxxxx

How do you do that in Outlook?

Rob Berendt
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