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|Author: Michael Bauer||Homepage|
|Date: 19.11.2008||Accessed: 13999|
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In Outlook you can set to request a read receipt from the recipients of your e-mails. You could also set this on a single e-mail level.
The following extension enables Outlook to request or not to request a read receipt depending on the recipient. That is, it adds the ability to automatically make exceptions from your general setting.
The variable 'Request' controls whether a read receipt should be requested (True) or not requested (False).
The variable 'Addresses' holds the e-mail addresses. You can enter full e-mail addresses or domain names. Please customize both variables for your needs, and enter your addresses delimited by a comma.
Please note: It's always the recipient's decision whether or not he will actually send you a requested read receipt. You can't influence that.
Private Sub Application_ItemSend(ByVal Item As Object, Cancel As Boolean)
If TypeOf Item Is Outlook.MailItem Then
Private Sub SetReadReceipt(Mail As Outlook.MailItem)
Dim i&, y&
Dim Recipients As Outlook.Recipients
Dim Addresses As Variant
Dim Request As Boolean
Request = True
Addresses = Array("email@example.com", "@domain.com")
Set Recipients = Mail.Recipients
For i = 1 To Recipients.Count
Adr = Recipients.Item(i)
For y = 0 To UBound(Addresses)
If InStr(1, Adr, Addresses(y), vbTextCompare) Then
Mail.ReadReceiptRequested = Request
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