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    Default Need Help With Email...for all the computer geniouses out there!!!

    Well here is the situation.

    I work in an office and everytime i send an email with attachments. i'm always wonder if the person has recieved all the information (because sometime the email can get pretty important) and I saw this happen once, I can't seem to do it my self, that is...

    Is there a script i can add to my email that once it's been sent out and the other person opens it, they will get a pop-up of somesort asking them "If you have recieved this email in it's entirity please click "yes" if you haven't click "no"" and then i would recieve these results right away....

    I know this is very difficult to achive, but if any one can supply me with the kind of script i'm asking for or any equivelents, it would be greatly appreciated... I use a microsoft Outlook

    Thanks in advance...
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    Microsoft Office Outlook 2003 Help Documentation

    To be notified when messages are delivered or read
    Do one of the following:

    To be notified about all messages

    On the Tools menu, click Options.
    Click E-mail Options.
    Click Tracking Options.
    Select the Read receipt or the Delivery receipt check box.

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    thanks alot man...

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    Not a problem - but all it took was to ask the paperclip how to track emails.

    Please, everyone, read the manual/help files/documentation first :|.

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    Default How do I

    Sorry to jump in on this message, but how do I post a new message? I can read an existing one and post a reply, but don't see a button or link so I can post a new message! Thanks, KD

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    Just go to a link such as Dynamic Drive Script Help and click New Thread.

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