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JavaMAIL: Delivered and readed Mail confirmation

Posted on 2004-04-16
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Hello,

we have developed an aplication wich use JavaMail to send mail (exchage Server), but with need the confirmation tha the mail has been delivered and if it has been readed. I want to know:

how can I configure with JavaMail this parameters?

thanks
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Question by:ManoloMA
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You need to set some header values in your mail message:

Return-Receipt-To: <user@whatever.com>
Disposition-Notification-To: <user@wherever.com>

(You need the < and > symbols)

Of course this relies on the mail server and mail client the person uses accepting and handling them :)

Tim
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