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Disable the read request option on my outlook 2007.

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Hi,
I get e-mails from clients with the read request option enabled on the e-mails . I dont like this, so I want to be able to disable this option on the e-mails when I receive the e-mail my self but i want to be still be able to read the mails without sending a response back to the client that I read the e-mail

Does anyone know how to do this.

Any help would be much appreciated.
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Question by:deal2aces
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JoWickerman earned 50 total points
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Hi deal2aces,

Click on Tools
Click on Options
Click on E-mail Options
Click on Tracking Options
At the bottom, Click on "Never send a response".

Cheers.
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