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How do I set up a read receipt to be sent to public folder members after someone opens a public folder email

Posted on 2010-09-13
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Email Server: Exchange 2003
Client:Outlook 2003

I have a public folder assigned to a department in our company which has an email address attached to it (e.g. publicfolder@acme.org). Ideally, the department would like to have it set up so that if someone within the department opens an email sent to publicfolder@acme.org the rest of the department will be notified (via a read receipt). Is this possible on an Exchange 2003 environment?

Note - All the department members have access to view emails within the public folder and have the ability to "send as".
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I'm not aware of any way to achieve what you want to do I'm afraid, as the read receipts go back to the sender of the message.
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