Received Email Button Click Capture

Hi I am sending email to many people with button on that email.When User will click on that button,One document file will open,It may be PDF or .Aspx file. My Problem is If customer click on that button then how can I record which customer clicked on that email automatically? I can't give customerid on that link because that email is generated through email blast and sent to many people. Is it possible to capture that without asking them to login? Please help.
SudhanshumAsked:
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Najam UddinCommented:
Can you rephrase a bit, about what are you  trying to accomplish? Apologizes, but I have no idea what your are trying to ask.
SudhanshumAuthor Commented:
Hi Najam,

    I have one tool named email blast which send predefined html file(that html file contain button and text)  to many people.When some one get that mail and click on view details button(which came through html file) on his received email then we would like to capture his click,this way we will know which customer were interested in our report.Is it possible to send his email id when click.

Regards,
Sudhanshu
Najam UddinCommented:
You can capture click in html through java script but that will not solve your problem as you don't have any mechanism to differentiate between users.

Here is a solution: I suppose that view button will bring users to your website. Create url to your report page with a query string and for each email you send with this url, create a unique code and append this code in url. When user will open your page that url will contain unique code and will help you identify who opened that page.
SudhanshumAuthor Commented:
Hi Thanks for reply But my email blast tool automatically send email to all users,we just provide links and format them,So it's difficult to have separate URL for each user.Please help.

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