Read Receipt Query

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MPhillip

Sent and email where I believe the "read receipt" option was checked. I am not sure that I did so. Is there any way for me to check this from the email in the sent box? Guidance soughtmnewsome
 
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Brian Tillman

Yes. In Sent Items, right-click the message and choose Options. You should see the receipt request option checked.
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