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Mailer Daemon-messages on the recipient

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Any e-mail that my Groupwise server receives a microsoft account, the recipient receives a read receipt. Does anyone know how to disable this function?

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felipealexandre wrote:

> Any e-mail that my Groupwise server receives a microsoft account, the
> recipient receives a read receipt. Does anyone know how to disable this
> function?


Go into the GWIA settings, look under "Optional Settings". Change the outbound
status to "undelivered". At least that's the first place I would look for this
issue.

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Re: Mailer Daemon-messages on the recipient

It was only mark the suggested option that stopped sending notification.

Thank you very much!
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felipealexandre <felipealexandre@no-mx.forums.novell.com> wrote:
> It was only mark the suggested option that stopped sending
> notification.
>
> Thank you very much!
>

Great news.


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