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When I send emails from outlook 2007 -having exchange 2013- I got message with subject relayed-
What does this mean?
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by:Simon Butler (Sembee)
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You have enabled your client to send you read or delivery reports? That is the only thing I can think that would cause what you have described.

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by:Ihab
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Yes, so what is the explanation. What does this mean?
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It means what it says - the server relayed the message on to another server. It doesn't confirm that the message was delivered or read.
Basically close to useless, as are most delivery and read reports (Send me an email with either you will not get anything back, I actively block them as I consider them rude).

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