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prove when you recvied and read and email

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Is there a way to prove when you actually read and email. My wifes company is on exchange 2000 or 2003 not 100% sure. She recived and email on friday but did not actuallt read it till today (monday). Is there any way to prove that this email was NOT OPENED till today. thanks for all your help!!!!!!!
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Not really.
Read receipts can be sent on messages, however there are lots of ways of blocking those so they aren't reliable enough to be relied upon.
Plus they are only triggered when you open the message. If you have the preview pane turned on then you can read the message without marking it as read.

Simon.
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