With Outlook at work it isn't important for me to like it, or not like it. What is important is that I understand how to best use it and be able to help others do so.
If I can't find out how to omit certain people, like those from the outside, I may just turn off read receipts for everyone who emails to me also.
From: PcTech <pctech-bounces@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx> On Behalf Of David Gibbs via PcTech
Sent: Thursday, January 17, 2019 1:55 PM
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Subject: Re: [PCTECH] Outlook: Read receipts.
On 1/17/2019 12:46 PM, Rob Berendt wrote:
So what I would like to do is: Ask me if I want to approve the read
receipt but I can flag it so that this particular user should no
longer ask me but either just send him one, or don't.
Personally, I always disable read receipts. If I get a message and want to take my time responding, I don't want to notify the sender that I've gotten it.
Also, as you mention, spammers and marketing emailers sometimes use it to validate email addresses.
As for configuring Outlook, sorry, I don't know. I use it at work, but don't like it at all.
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