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msg:292899
 11:38 pm on Jun 28, 2006 (gmt 0)

I need to know how I can determine if an email I send to someone has been opened.
Thanks

 

Lobo




msg:292900
 1:14 am on Jun 29, 2006 (gmt 0)

Girl trouble huh ;-)

vincevincevince




msg:292901
 1:42 am on Jun 29, 2006 (gmt 0)

These days it is impossible. Read notifications normally prompt a popup asking the reader if the notification should be sent, and single pixel tracking images are just not loaded.

BillyS




msg:292902
 2:11 am on Jun 29, 2006 (gmt 0)

Is this a unique email - to one person?

If so, could you do this - it might work...

Set up the email and send a gif. Whatever it might be. Put the gif on your website in a very protected place (from robots...).

Send the email and watch your logs to see if that gif gets a hit.

Would that work?

texmex




msg:292903
 2:16 am on Jun 29, 2006 (gmt 0)

Tell the recipient to put a single red rose in a vase on the window cill of their bedroom. Then go around to see if it's there :-)

DoppyNL




msg:292904
 7:43 am on Jun 29, 2006 (gmt 0)

Send an e-card using one of the e-card online services.
Most of them will sent you an email when the card is read.

If you're afraid the receiver won't open it when your name is displayed in the email sent to them, use another name+emailadres there.

Works in personal email, not suitable for business emails... :-P

Although TexMex solution might work better :-D

texmex




msg:292905
 2:51 pm on Jun 29, 2006 (gmt 0)

If you want it business like, something along the following lines might do the trick:

Dear sir.

Ref: Ac. No. 0777-45917-3112

We regret to note that, despite repeated reminders, your account appears to be overdue by 126.37. If this balance is not paid in full by close of business on Friday 30th of this month, we will commence immediate legal proceding to recover this debt.

We will also be seeking punitive damages to recover, not only our own expenses, but additionaly our standard breach of contract charge, as specified in paragraph iv, section 7b, of the credit agreement signed by yourself and in line with the Comnmercial Credit Act of 1984.

Could you also please put a single rose in a vase on your bedroom window cill, as an acknowledgment of reciept of this communication. We would also ask that you give your formal consent (by return) for one of our agents to collect photgraphic evidence of this act, for our records.

Your assistance in this matter would be most appreciated.

P.S. If you have paid your account within the last two days, please disregard this message.

Note: The caring bank reserves the right to publish all correspondence, in full, for the purposes of staff training, and in accordance with our 'name and shame' policy, except where expressly forbidden by act of parliament.

DamonHD




msg:292906
 4:21 pm on Jun 29, 2006 (gmt 0)

Hi texmex,

That's really good! I must try it sometime!

Rgds

Damon

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