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Re: [vox-tech] how to verify email is read



I know how to do this, explain your reason for needing this and I'll tell you.

On Saturday 30 March 2002 06:38 pm, you wrote:
> Hello,
>
> I am working on a bulk mail automaton project, so want to track users
> who have read my mail.
> I don't want user to click on any URL and then I will track that he has
> read my mail.
> Also receive notification generated by outlook is also not a good
> solution as many user would
> be using different web email client.
>
> One solution is to use java script (By using server side include) and
> send mail in form of HTML.
> But there is a problem in this approach that yahoo and hotmail comments
> your java Script.
> And  it works great on outlook and MS express.
>
> Is there any way to solve this issue.
> How can we run JavaScript code in a html in a web client like yahoo or
> hotmail.com to track that.
>
> Regards,
> Shahzad Sarwar
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