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Is there a way to send an automatic read response after receiving emails in outlook

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When we receive emails in outlook we want to let the client know that we have received/read the email.  Is there a way that we can generate this automatically rather than the client putting a read receipt on their email to us.

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Premkumar Yogeswaran earned 250 total points
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Hi Create a outlook rules for this..!

you can select the option  has below
in first windows
select sent only to me -> next
Second:
Have server reply using a specific message

Hope this helps

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Hi there,

If you are using internet email accounts you can configure this setting by going to Tools>Options>Preferences Tab>E-mail Options Button>Tracking options Button and then under "Use this option to decide how to respond to requests for read receipts. Only applies to Internet Mail accounts." Select "Always send a response" option
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