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Can you get a mail merge to request a read receipt and how?

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If you create a mail merge in MS Word 2007 and you are doing the mail merge via Outlook 2007 can you some how set the mail merge to request a read receipt?
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Hi,
Try to configure a Read Receipt for all Mails that go out from your Outlook 2007 sing steps below....
Go to Tools->Options->Select Preferences Tab -->Click Email Options. In the Email Option window, select Tracking Options -> Check Read Recipt
Now when you will send a mail using Mail Merge, you should get a Read Receipt
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Nitin
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