Okay.. here's the situation: We have an outside vendor who sent an email to one of our employees. Then, that employee forwarded that email on to a couple of other employees and proceeded to correspond with them, unknowingly including the outside vendor in each email. I can see how he got included in the forwarded correspondences.. there's a display name that is a simple ":" which looks pretty nondescript in between legitimate display names. If you right click on it.. it's his. But, I don't understand how he got his email to follow along with the original forward. I mean, even if he BCC'd himself it would fall off in a forwarded message wouldn't it? (at least it did when I attempted it) BTW I believe we're all using Outlook 2003 with HTML formatted messages. I'm stumped. I can't figure out how he did it.