Turn off automatic reply to read receipt

When I view an email on AT&T Tilt using Outlook / Windows Mobile, the person who sent the email receives an automatic reply if they ask for a read receipt.  Is there a way to turn off or prompt for a reply to a read receipt?
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Fletcher-ReinhardtAsked:
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sysadmin81Commented:
Yes there is!

1.  Open your inbox/outlook email on your Tilt.
2.  Click Menu
3.  Click MMS Options
4.  Uncheck "Allow Read Report"

No more read receipts sent back!
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Fletcher-ReinhardtAuthor Commented:
For some reason this does not work.

This box was already unchecked.

Any other thoughts?

Is there a setting on the Exchange Server?
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sysadmin81Commented:
In your Outlook on your desktop, is it set there to automatically send back a read receipt?
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Fletcher-ReinhardtAuthor Commented:
No, this is set to prompt and that works.

any other ideas?
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sysadmin81Commented:
I'm thinking there is a setting on the Exchange Server or the ISA server that publishes the Mobile site.  I noticed that my Tilt does exactly what yours does.  I'll ask our ISA guy when he arrives.
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sysadmin81Commented:
After checking with our ISA guys, I can tell you that I have no clue why it doesn't work.  My guess is that it is something to do with the AT&T side of the house.
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Fletcher-ReinhardtAuthor Commented:
Question:  What does the MMS stand for in the MMS options in Windows Mobile?
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sysadmin81Commented:
Multimedia Messaging Service
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Fletcher-ReinhardtAuthor Commented:
Isn't MMS separate/different from Outlook?
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sysadmin81Commented:
MMS is the technology that allows you to compose messages in HTML and include pictures.  It is what pushes the mail back to your exchange server.
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Fletcher-ReinhardtAuthor Commented:
So how do I get this problem solved?
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sysadmin81Commented:
At this point I don't know if you can.  I would call At&t.  My tilt does exactly what yours is doing.
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Fletcher-ReinhardtAuthor Commented:
There appears to be no fix for this problem.
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