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add-on for exchange 2000/2003 that allows receiving a reciept for opened or deleted email

Posted on 2007-04-11
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Is there an add-on for exchange 2000/2003 that allows receiving a reciept for opened or deleted email behind the scenes without the user allowing or having to approve to release of the information?  I know outlook offers this service, but the user has to allow the sending of the receipt and I don't want to have to rely on the approval of users allowing a receipt to be sent.
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Nothing that I am aware of.
It would trigger all sorts of issues - and would be seen as spammer type behaviour.

Simon.
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I have this client that was asking about this and I'm not sure what kind of email they send out.  It could be spam.......
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If you suspect that then just tell them no.
It is suspicious activity. Ask them if they would accept someone sending them post and then having a chip in the letter that tells the credit card company (or whoever sent the post) that the message had been read. I doubt if they would.

Simon.
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Ok....thanks
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