Sometimes due to various inconvenience, you aren’t willing to send a read receipt. Virtually Outlook permits you to check if an email has a read receipt request without sending the receipt.
I often receive the messages which request read receipts. Actually in most situations, I am willing to send a read receipt back. However, sometimes it is not convenient to send it. For example, I receive this kind of email on my vacation. I wouldn’t like to send the read receipt at that time. Thus I hope there is a method to verify if there is a read receipt request or not in advance.
Step 1: Add “Receipt Requested” in Column
- To begin with, you should change the original view to “Single” view. Head to “View” tab, click “Change View” button and select “Single”.
- Then click “View Settings” button next to “Change View” button.
- In the new dialog of “View settings” dialog, click “Columns” button.
- And in the subsequent dialog box, click the down arrow in “Select available columns from” and select “All Mail fields” from its dropdown list,
- Next in the left box of “Available columns”, select “Receipt Requested”.
- Utilize “Move Up” button to position “Receipt Requested” between “Subject” and “Received”.
- Finally click “OK” to back to “View settings” dialog.
Step 2: Format “Receipt Requested” Column
- Still in “View Settings” dialog, click “Format Columns” button.
- Then in the popup dialog, choose “Receipt Requested” from the Available fields list.
- Next on the right side, select “icon” from “Format” dropdown list.
- Eventually click a series of “OK” to return to Outlook home page.
After completing the 2 main steps introduced above, you can absolutely see “Receipt requested” above the header of email list. If the email requests a read receipt, the checkbox next to the subject must be marked.
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