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Undelivered email to wrong address

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- It notoriously replaces mentions of email addresses with data from the address book, so that you can't see what was originally in the email itself.
- Unless "hard coded" via registry or policies, it will always try to render html emails.
- By default, the preview pane is on, rendering whatever email happens to be on top of a folder you open.
- Almost every month, MS pushes out updates to their junk filter and flag them as important, so they are included by default. I don't know how these things work themselves, but to the user, the only exposed options for junk mail sorting is blacklisting email address and sender domain, which is a useless way to catch junk mail.