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Discussion in 'Web & Email' started by paublo, Apr 19, 2004.

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  1. paublo

    paublo Thread Starter

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    I have turned on the read receipt and delivery receipt option on in outlook 2000 and i guess i'm just stupid :confused: but i can't get any receipts

    when i used to use this feature at work (not sure of e mail program there) i would get a notification in my in box (like an e mail) saying the person has received the e mail i sent

    Can I get the same thing with 2000

    Can some one explain how :eek:

    THX
     
  2. RandyG

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    Just like you can turn it on, others can turn it off.
     
  3. paublo

    paublo Thread Starter

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    just to let you know i am trying this ms tag program anybody else use it or use to use it and got rid of it for any reasons please let me know

    http://www.msgtag.com/home/
     
  4. Bob Cerelli

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    I thought you either needed an Exchange server for that or for the person at the other end to actually send a received receipt back.
     
  5. paublo

    paublo Thread Starter

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    I've tried the program and it seems to work, it does send an e-mail to me saying the message i sent has been opened

    Will test it for a while and see what happens,but its what i was looking for

    Hope it works
     
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