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scott
my question was addressed to you
chuck

Scott Maxwell wrote:
Chuck:

If you read the message, I did it this once to try to help Kirtesh see if
it was really something on his end rather than a problem with the SEAINT
server.  Sorry if it offends you that trying to help someone results in a
temporary minor inconvience to you...but then I do assume that your
computer does have a delete key, so it should not be that big of deal.

Regards,

Scott
Adrian, MI


On Mon, 10 Jul 2006, chuck utzman wrote:

  
Scott-
Why must you request return receipts?
Chuck Utzman

Scott Maxwell wrote:

    
Kirtesh:

It is possible that your company's email system is setup to
automatically sent a "return receipt" when you read an email that has
requested a return receipt.  If so, then there is nothing that you
would have to do/configure to have a return receipt generated other
than just read the message that is from some that has turned on the
read/return receipt function.  I suggest that you talk with your IT
folks and ask them if they have some sort of function like that turned
on in Lotus Notes (the email client that you are using).  When you use
a "corporate" email system like Lotus Notes or M$ Exchange, there are
a lot of features that the IT folks can turn on or off that you as an
end user have little to no control over.

Regardless, I doubt that it is a problem with the SEAINT server,
although I don't have a real way to confirm it as I have already
deleted the return receipt that you supposedly sent, so I cannot check
the full Internet email header to see if it looks like the message
really came from you/your email system.  I might be able to check it
if you read this message as I have turned on the read/return receipt
feature for this message.  Thus, if your system is setup to
automatically supply a return receipt, then 1) just by reading this
message, you will generate a return receipt and 2) if that happens,
then I can take a look at the full Internet email header of the return
receipt and see if it appears to have come from you/your email system.

Regards,

Scott
Adrian, MI

    -----Original Message-----
    From: KIRTESH A GANDHI [mailto:KIRTESHGANDHI(--nospam--at)ltcis.ltindia.com]
    Sent: Monday, July 10, 2006 1:14 AM
    To: seaint(--nospam--at)seaint.org
    Subject: RE: Is ASCE Competing Against Us?


    I could not understand how such delivery receipts are generated
    from my ID as I have never configured my mail ID for the same.
    Recently I am receiving lots of similar junk mails from other
    members also.  Is there any problem in the seaint server?  Plz.
    check.

    Regards,
    Kirtesh Gandhi



    KIRTESH A GANDHI <KIRTESHGANDHI(--nospam--at)ltcis.ltindia.com>

    10/07/2006 10:16 AM


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