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Time Message Opened in Outlook

Posted on 2007-11-15
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Is there a way to that I can view the time I opened an e-mail message in Outlook?  
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bsharath earned 125 total points
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No this does not get recorded neither in client nor exchange.
If you have set a read receiptant you will not be able to know that.
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Additionally, and just to clarify the first post, a read receipt will notify the person sending you the email when you read the email message, but it does not get triggered unless the message is opened.  Simply reading the email in Outlook's Preview Pane will not trigger the read receipt.
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Yes you are right you can always cancel it...
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Thank you.
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