Where is setting to have "Read" message receipts?
Iskender AKHOUNE commented
Request "Delivery and Read Receipts" feature in Web mail.
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I've used the "request a read receipt" option for years to make sure important emails are getting seen by the people who need to review the information. Suddenly, the option stopped sending a confirmation. I tried a test message to make sure it was going through -- it looks like the email is suddenly asking the reader to confirm whether they want to send a receipt back. The message is VERY small, so it's barely noticeable (and I probably only saw it because I was actively checking for errors), and it's also pretty ridiculous to expect the person receiving the email to go to an extra step to confirm the receipt. It also means that none of them are bothering to confirm the receipt on the half dozen messages I've sent out in the past week or so. I do actually need these confirmations for records keeping purposes -- I don't know why they would ask for the email recipient to go to an extra step which most people clearly wouldn't bother with -- and that's IF they even notice the barely visible message asking them to confirm the email. I don't understand why this isn't an automatic feature. I really need these confirmations to come through on the emails I use them on -- they worked just fine before, so I don't know why the alteration was made.
Vijay Sarathi commented
This option is available under "Message Option" window.
you can find options with checkboxes for Read Receipt and Delivery Receipt.
Message Option will be available while composing/Replying mail editor setting (... icon) at the bottom most of window (RHS of Send & Discard buttons)
read receipts should be integral, not requested, but available for deletion
San Moon commented
In business its imperative sometimes that you know a client got your email helps you and your staff. Thank you for your consideration Dee
Louise Lenigas commented
Include an option to request a read receipt.
It is, in today's world unbelievable that this option is unavailable. I need to ensure critical business emails are read and I used to be able to request Read Receipt on any email. Now impossible. Please add back in! Very important in business!
Patrice Morris commented
I sent an email and in Show Message options I check the boxes for Request a delivery notification and a Read receipt, I did not receive anything. I did this 5 times and still nothing happened. What can I do to receive my Receipts?
has to be possibility to sent receive confirmation
It would be nice to have the ability to send out a read receipst , to confirm if other people have received your mails .
Chrys Skikos commented
It would be wonderful to see if the recipient has READ an email that has been sent. It would also be wonderful if we had the option to UNSEND an email that has not been read...!!!
AUGUSTIN HIMBAZA commented
How can I know if a sent email was read?
Send a personal message
buongiorno vorrei sapere cosa devo fare per avere conferma della lettura delle mail che invio. Attendo fiduciosa una vostra risposta grazie
hello I would like to know what I have to do to confirm the reading of the emails I send. I await your response with confidence