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How do I request a delivery confirmation from Outlook?

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Is there a way that I can have outlook automatically request a delivery confirmation on all of my outgoing messages so I know when the recipients got their mail?
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Patrick Matthews earned 1000 total points
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Hello ehensens,

In Outlook 2003, go to Tools|Options.  On the Preferences tab, click Email Options.  In Email Options, click
Tracking Options.  There, you can ask for read and/or delivery receipts by default.

Regards,

Patrick
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