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Seema, Is it that you want the notification that your mail has reached the target address or the notification that it has been opened for reading ? The first case can be solved. This is like requesting the read receipts. For this thing you need to set a header as a part of your SMTP request. The name of the header should be "Disposition-Notification-To" and the value should be "<your email address>" You can set this by adding addHeader(name,value) method of your messege. Tell if this helps. -Kaustubh.
similarly there is "Return-Receipt-To" header but i can not get it to work !
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The "Return-Receipt-To" header is not a mandatory header for the smtp servers to support. Some older unix sendmail servers used to support it but many discontinued it as it had severe problems. You could find lot of information over this on the net. The "Disposition-Notification-To" is supported by many recent smtp servers and is a better choice over "Return-Receipt-To". -Kaustubh.
The "Return-Receipt-To" header works in outlook system of my company, but it is a "delivery receipt" other than a "read receipt" which I actually want, can somebody tell me how to implement it? The header content of the mail with read receipt sent in outlook use "Return-Receipt-To": Return-Receipt-To: firstname.lastname@example.org however when I set the same header with java mail API, the outlook send a "delivery receipt" instead ( Raymond
I’ve looked at a lot of different solutions, and in my humble opinion Aspose is the way to go. Here’s the link: http://aspose.com
subject: How to send a mail in Java with return Read Receipt