And, to be perfectly honest, unless you do not trust the source of the message seeing naked URLs is of virtually zero benefit. And if you do not trust the source of a message, even playing around in it and chancing accidentally activating a URL contained therein is not wise.
The messages I get from entities I routinely do business with all contain click-through links that use text describing what it is you're clicking through to, whether that's a reference page, product, etc. I never even look at the URLs for those, because the source is trustworthy.
There is the very rare occasion I need to do this, but if push came to shove and I couldn't see it, I'd do what was suggested earlier with copying the link location and pasting it in Notepad or similar. I just very very seldom have any reason to check links from sources I know to be trustworthy, and if I have even the slightest doubt regarding the source I won't touch the URLs in the e-mail anyway; it goes straight to trash.
Brian - Windows 10 Pro, 64-Bit, Version 2004, Build 19041
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