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outlook 2003/ xp pro modify settings/registry so that users have to send reciepts - is this possbile?

Posted on 2004-09-21
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hello,

Can i modify the registry/ outlook settings so that users have to respond to reciepts and cant change my settings?

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by:acetate
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anyone have any ideas on this? or any ways to achieve accoutability/ auditiing that users have read there emails? please advise

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Karen Falandays earned 500 total points
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Hi acetate, few questions:
Are you set up with Exchange server?
Is this a corporate environment?
If you so, and you request a receipt within your corporation, the users will not have a choice but to have the messages marked as read EXCEPT if they use the preview pane and delete without reading
Hope this helps
Karen
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hi Karen,

sorry to be vague, no exchange server, linux email server only. yes, corporate enviornment, 1 head office, 5 remote offices.

any ideas?

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im closing this q,

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