adding delivery time to email

adding delivery time to email

Post by Rodney Johns » Mon, 05 Dec 1994 08:47:06



Hi,

is there any way to incorporate a confirmed delivery time into electronic
mail?  as you know, quite often our recipients forget to reply asap.  with
this, we can know when mail is delivered to the recipients mailbox.

are there any rfc I can read on the subject?  do you have any ideas as to
how this can be accomplished?

Rod

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adding delivery time to email

Post by David Oswa » Tue, 06 Dec 1994 10:25:26



>Hi,

>is there any way to incorporate a confirmed delivery time into electronic
>mail?  as you know, quite often our recipients forget to reply asap.  with
>this, we can know when mail is delivered to the recipients mailbox.

>are there any rfc I can read on the subject?  do you have any ideas as to
>how this can be accomplished?

>Rod

I don't know if this will help you or not, but Pegasus Mail (Windows version) allows for confirmation
of delivery requests.  This means that you can actually find out what time the mail you sent arrived
at the remote host.  You can also, (if the client software being used at the remote end allows) check
and see when the mail actually got taken into the mail-reader program, and thus read.

Look for WinPMail... If you're using SLIP or PPP it's a great program.

Dave

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1. adding delivery time to email

Hi, Rod the newbie here,

I was wondering?  Is it possible to incorporate a confirmed delivery time
into email?  Quite often one sends mail, but the recipient may forget to
reply.  This way, the sender knows the recipient received his/her mail at a
certain time.

Are there any RFCs I could read?  If yes which ones (there hundreads!)?
Does anyone know (or have an workable idea) as to how this can be don?

Thanks in advance!

Rod

 *=-=*=-=*=-=*=-=*=-=*=-=*=-=*=-=*=-=*=-=*=-=*=-=*=-=*=-=*=-=*=-=*=-=*=-=*=-=*
   Sherlock Holmes, The Vampire Lestat, Roland The Gunslinger, Stephen King,
   Edgar Allen Poe, Anne Rice, Chess, Depeche Mode, New Order, Cyberspace,
   The Uncanny X-Men, and (of course) Computers...

   That's what Rodneys are made of....


 *=-=*=-=*=-=*=-=*=-=*=-=*=-=*=-=*=-=*=-=*=-=*=-=*=-=*=-=*=-=*=-=*=-=*=-=*=-=*

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