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Creating a read receipt using the MailMessage class?

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Hello,

Using the MailMessage class (or any other ASP.NET SMTP classes), I would
like to programmatically request a read receipt. Is this possible?

I have found an article that talked about a ReadReceipt property for CDO
1.2.1, but I have not been able to find a ASP.NET or MailMessage article
that specifically deals with this issue. Additionally, it appears that
utilizing an Outlook object this is also possible, but this system will not
be utilizing Outlook, just creating an email that is sent via Exchange 2000.

Any ideas or suggests are very much appreciated!

Thanks,

Wade

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http://www.rimrockgroup.com/
Nov 18 '05 #1
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smtpMessage.Headers.Add("Disposition-Notification-To",
"yo*********@yourdomain.com")

smtpMessage.Headers.Add("Return-Receipt-To","yo*********@yourdomain.com")

"Wade Wegner" <ww*******@hotmail.com> wrote in message
news:e%***************@TK2MSFTNGP10.phx.gbl...
Hello,

Using the MailMessage class (or any other ASP.NET SMTP classes), I would
like to programmatically request a read receipt. Is this possible?

I have found an article that talked about a ReadReceipt property for CDO
1.2.1, but I have not been able to find a ASP.NET or MailMessage article
that specifically deals with this issue. Additionally, it appears that
utilizing an Outlook object this is also possible, but this system will not be utilizing Outlook, just creating an email that is sent via Exchange 2000.
Any ideas or suggests are very much appreciated!

Thanks,

Wade

--
http://www.rimrockgroup.com/

Nov 18 '05 #2

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