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Old October 12th, 2005, 12:24 AM
Rochelle
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Default Delivery receipt relayed to non-DSN-aware mailer

What does this mean?
I need to know if a message has been delivered as the person receiving it
never acknowledges the read receipts and I need some (even if only slight)
proof that the email was delivered to them.

E.g.
The original message was received at Tue, 11 Oct 2005 17:06:03 +1000 (EST)
from corporate.private.com.au [10.1.0.32]

----- The following addresses had successful delivery notifications -----
(relayed to non-DSN-aware mailer)
(relayed to non-DSN-aware mailer)

----- Transcript of session follows ----- ...
relayed; expect no further notifications ...
relayed; expect no further notifications

Regards,
Rochelle
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Old October 12th, 2005, 12:32 AM
Diane Poremsky [MVP]
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Default Delivery receipt relayed to non-DSN-aware mailer

the server it was handed to does not understand delivery notification
requests. I suppose in a way, that in it's self is proof that the message
was received - but in all honesty, it's so easy to fake read receipts and a
delivery receipt only says it was accepted by the server, not that it
actually made it to the recipients inbox... that I would not trust the
response. If you really need to know, call and ask - it's the only way
you'll have results you can trust. Or ask that they reply when they get the
message - but remember, you can't force a response anymore than you can
force someone to respond to snail mail.

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What does this mean?
I need to know if a message has been delivered as the person receiving it
never acknowledges the read receipts and I need some (even if only slight)
proof that the email was delivered to them.

E.g.
The original message was received at Tue, 11 Oct 2005 17:06:03 +1000 (EST)
from corporate.private.com.au [10.1.0.32]

----- The following addresses had successful delivery
notifications -----
(relayed to non-DSN-aware mailer)
(relayed to non-DSN-aware mailer)

----- Transcript of session follows ----- ...
relayed; expect no further notifications ...
relayed; expect no further notifications

Regards,
Rochelle



 




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