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cj
 
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Default Email Options in Microsoft Word

I want to send a read receipt with a particular email message in word. (I use
Outlook Express.
I went to Word Help files and it gave these instructions:

"In the message, click Options .

Under Voting and tracking options, select the Request a delivery receipt
for
this message or Request a read receipt for this message check box."

The problem is that I can't find "options" or "voting and tracking
options".

Can anyone out there help!

Thanks in advance

CJ

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CyberTaz
 
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Hi cj-

I think you are reading instructions for features available in Outlook that
are not the same in Outlook Express. Since you don't metion versions I can't
be sure, but I believe Outlook Express offers an "all or nothing" choice for
Receipts. In the Main menu go to ToolsOptionsReceipts where you will find a
simple checkbox if you want to use it.

HTH |:)

"cj" wrote:

I want to send a read receipt with a particular email message in word. (I use
Outlook Express.
I went to Word Help files and it gave these instructions:

"In the message, click Options .

Under Voting and tracking options, select the Request a delivery receipt
for
this message or Request a read receipt for this message check box."

The problem is that I can't find "options" or "voting and tracking
options".

Can anyone out there help!

Thanks in advance

CJ

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Graham Mayor
 
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It is worth noting that even if you request a reciept, this doesn't
guarantee the recipient will allow one to be sent.

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Graham Mayor - Word MVP

My web site www.gmayor.com
Word MVP web site http://word.mvps.org




cj wrote:
I want to send a read receipt with a particular email message in
word. (I use Outlook Express.
I went to Word Help files and it gave these instructions:

"In the message, click Options .

Under Voting and tracking options, select the Request a delivery
receipt for
this message or Request a read receipt for this message check box."

The problem is that I can't find "options" or "voting and tracking
options".

Can anyone out there help!

Thanks in advance

CJ



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Suzanne S. Barnhill
 
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Precisely. I *never* send a receipt (though I usually answer immediately).

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Fairhope, Alabama USA
Word MVP FAQ site: http://word.mvps.org
Email cannot be acknowledged; please post all follow-ups to the newsgroup so
all may benefit.

"Graham Mayor" wrote in message
...
It is worth noting that even if you request a reciept, this doesn't
guarantee the recipient will allow one to be sent.

--

Graham Mayor - Word MVP

My web site www.gmayor.com
Word MVP web site http://word.mvps.org




cj wrote:
I want to send a read receipt with a particular email message in
word. (I use Outlook Express.
I went to Word Help files and it gave these instructions:

"In the message, click Options .

Under Voting and tracking options, select the Request a delivery
receipt for
this message or Request a read receipt for this message check box."

The problem is that I can't find "options" or "voting and tracking
options".

Can anyone out there help!

Thanks in advance

CJ




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