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    Exchange 2000 - disabling read reciepts

    Does anyone know if you can disable the feature that lets users send requests for read reciepts?

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    Re: Exchange 2000 - disabling read reciepts

    You can set this under a GPO, well at least you can on Outlook 2003.

    User Conf - Admin Templates - MS Office Outlook 2003 - Tools Options - Advanced Email options - Tracking options

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    Re: Exchange 2000 - disabling read reciepts

    Thanks for that. Unfortunately I'm using Outlook 2000 and it doesn't appear to be possible in group policy ...unless anyone knows any different (although we're moving to Outlook 2003).

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