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msgreceiptrequested - but delivery receipt, not read receipt

Posted on 2006-06-14
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Hi, I have a VB app to send emails. I'd like to know that a message arrived at the recipient server. In Outlook I would check the options "Request read receipt" and "request delivery receipt". programming-wise I have found msgreceiptrequested but that sets only the "read receipt" one.

Is there a way to also set the "Delivery receipt" option?

Thanks,
  Simon
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by:David Lee
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If you're sending through Outlook, then set the OriginatorDeliveryReportRequested property of the outgoing message to True.
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by:shvanwijlen
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I'm using MAPI.message, and it doesn't support this attribute. Thanks though!

Regsrds,
  Simon
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The corresponding MAPI property name is PR_ORIGINATOR_DELIVERY_REPORT_REQUESTED.
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Any update, Simon?
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Recommend accepting my post from 07/03/2006.  
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