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MSFX Volunteer moderator says

Congrats, what a lovely result :)

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Daniel_R says

In Gmail: on the right-hand side of the email, click the arrow next to “Reply”, and select “Show original”. You will now see the email header. Look for “Sender” or “Return-Path” to see the originating domain and report them ;)

In the new Yahoo! : select the message, click “Actions” on top of the reading pane, then select “Full Header” and look for the same thing.

EDIT : sorry, I see you already looked at the headers, I’ll leave the explanation though – maybe it’s useful to others :)

very helpful… ;)

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