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To have a copy is not to have the copyright. All the email anyone writes is in fact copyrighted. However, email is not, unless previously agreed, secret. So you can certainly report on what email you are sent, and reveal what it says.
You can even quote parts of it to demonstrate. Frankly, somebody who sues over an ordinary message would almost surely get no damages, because the message has no commercial value, but if you want to stay strictly in the law, you should ask first.
On the other hand, don't go nuts if somebody posts email you sent them. If it was an ordinary non-secret personal letter of minimal commercial value with no copyright notice (like 99.9% of all email), you probably won't get any damages if you sue them.
Source: Point 10 http://www.templetons.com/brad/copymyths.html
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