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In Outlook, there is an option to request read receipt from receiver when he opens an email. I want to achieve it through X++ with SysMailer class and if I am right, it could be done with SysMailerFields.
I tried to pass it to SysMailer at new() method like this:
But it's not working (or it is working, but my mail server refuses to pass it?).
Did anybody do that kind of things and succeeded? I would appreciate your help, thanks!
SysMailer class has a method called quickSend, which can take a parameter for delivered and read receipts. Refer to the flag in the documentation, and to the method on the actual implementation:
The Priority flag is already implemented, if you check, it is in the priority method, and within the SysMailer macro the entry is set as 'urn:schemas:httpmail:importance' which is added to the fields, then "resynched".
You would have to add the correct URN schema and tag for read receipts, which I believe is urn:schemas:mailheader:disposition-notification-to.
Thank you Vilmos! Found some information about doing it with quickSend(), but did not know how to use it. Thanks for explanation.
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