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I have probably looked at close to a dozen but none of them are as simple as they should be and most don't seem to work as expected if at all. 

When you open windows explorer, you are provided the option of adding numerous columns with close to a hundred assorted titles ranging from City, State,  Zip to URL and many more.  However, I cannot find anything that will allow me to Use these columns by adding that information to a file's metadata.  Right click on any file and you will find various data fields on most but i can't find an editor to allow me to add any new fields to any of them.

If the file is an Image file is the only exception where there are plenty of "exif editors" out there to change all kinds of things related to the image.

I would love to be able to add a few of those tags to some folders as it would be a terrific help if i need to sort the folders into a different order than simple alphabetic by the name in the Name column.  Even though i can add the columns where the data would be displayed i have no way to enter the data that would be displayed there.  No way to use them as a preference to sort the display by or anything else.

This is true for simple files such a a text file.   Is there a utility out there to allow something like this to be done?   Especially one that works as it should such as right click the file or folder to display the current meta data tags  showing what is in them and allow editing that content or even better adding new metadata tags for things like URL that could store the link where the file came from?

If so, where can i find such a utility.  Any info greatly appreciated.

Thanks for the links, Shades!   The real issue is all the email from Spoofer's who use their real email address and only set the display name to show as one of the Internal Users. 
I have already installed the official MS rule in the Exchange Server location that is supposed to be able to block senders when their external address does not match the display name address.  That rule used to work fine and  maybe still does on some email but a lot of it still gets through.  The users can see the sender is not "Real" but only AFTER they have clicked on "reply" will Outlook display where you are actually replying to is an address like ::
 <I-AM_Junk @>. 
The "mis" information is there in the email header but it the users cant "see" it until they attempt to reply to it.   I have seen many people ask for ways to get this to show up > Before < people have already gone that far but no one I have seen has posted any way around that yet.

Windows 10 20H2 ad Office 365 latest version

When I send email from Outlook the name displayed seems to vary in format for no particular reason.   I need a way for every email to show the display name  PLUS   the actual email address associated with it in Contacts.  This same format needs to apply when receiving email from anyone but i cannot find any place to chose what i want displayed in those fields. 

I have no idea why a very few contacts work in the way I need them to but most do not.
John and Mary are husband and wife but Johns emails always show his full email address inside a parenthesis after showing his display name of John Doe.
(example To:  John Doe ([email protected])

When receiving email from people, I would also prefer that it show both the display name as well as the complete email right beside it in the same manner rather than showing only the display name.  Oddly enough, on John Doe, when he send me email it dos NOT show his full email address but only his display name which  makes me wonder if this is due to something done by 'autofill'

I have noticed that a few other people also work as John Doe does but 90% or more do not.   Outlook is using the offline global address book and i have checked their contact cards in that list and cannot find any differences.  I thought it might be a property of the address list used but that doesn't seem to be the case. I also cannot 'force' this format as Outlook replaces the full address with the display name in 90% of the cases But not for John Doe and a few others where it shows the Display Name and the full email address inside the parentheses.  I also have autofill turned on and this is the way autofill adds the address for these people.

Is there any setting located somewhere in Outlook that I can use to get the From and To: fields to always display both the display name as well as the actual email address  for all email such as   To: John Doe ([email protected])?   Instead of only showing the display name of just To: John Doe

Asking Apache is going to be the next step for sure. 
I need to know what software doesn't work with Apache's .htaccess password control as that is why the problem came up to start with.   

A couple of sites that we ran for this one client would not work for them becuase their systems blocked any sites we made that used .htaccess to ask for  a password.  We have made other sites for the same people using our Old client site software which also had login/passsword requirements.  But it used a MySql database which controlled all aspects of the site contents.  They had no problem using that setup. 

But when they tried to access a site guarded by the Apache .htaccess setup, their systems threw up all kinds of security warnings unless we removed the .htaccess login requirements.  This only occurs with that single client so it must be some security arrangement they use on their systems that doesnt want to work with Apache .htaccess.

However, removing that leaves the sites Open Access to anyone and apparently the robots.txt which worked fine for all these years (and still does work if the sites are password protected) isnt enough to prevent indexing of contents by Googlebot. 

Bottom lione is that as is, we cant password protect that client's sites anyway so finding out why they wont accept .htaccess is the biggest part of the problem

Robots.txt always seemed to do the job but we have recently found that it no longer seems to work as well as it used to.  Various documents and other items were recently found in a Google web cache that in theory should not have been there.  I just wondered if there was any better way to prevent having every file in every site posted somewhere in a web cache?  Is robots.txt still the only and best thing to use for an apache website?  if possible I would like for Google to forget the whole domain exists as it contains private files that are in a preliminary stage. No need to for anyone to ever be able to find them through a web search

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