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If I do not request any read confirmation, is there a way for me to find out in Outlook whether my e-mail to a member of our company (same server) has been opened by the recipient?  

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I will do some looking, but I don't think there's a way to do that without having asked for a read receipt.  But I'll try finding something.  Is this Exchange Server?  Do you have access to the Server?

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I don't know much about servers. As far as I understand it, it's all on the server.  We do not store anything on our hard drives.
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