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There isn't an always guaranteed way to know that the recipient read an e-mail. Some email clients, such as Windows Live Mail can send a delivery receipt, which can be conceeded by the recipient, only if he asks to do so. Microsoft Outlook, on the other hand, can also send a server receipit, to verify if an e-mail was received by a recipient server, however, many servers don't send such confirmation. Still, some services do offer a way to track if a user opened an email, such as the free [WhoReadMe|http://www.whoreadme.com] or [ReadNotify|http://www.readnotify.com] (paid), sometimes criticized since they do track if an email was opened through an image/link embedded in it.
There isn't an always guaranteed way to know that the recipient read an e-mail. Some email clients, such as Thunderbird, Windows Live Mail and our WebMail are able to send a delivery receipt, which can be granted if the recipient decides to do so. On the other hand, some clients such as Thunderbird and Outlook are able to send a delivery receipt, to verify if an e-mail was received by a recipient server, however, many servers don't grant such confirmation. Still, some services do offer a way to track if a user opened an email, such as the free [WhoReadMe|http://www.whoreadme.com] or [ReadNotify|http://www.readnotify.com] (paid), sometimes criticized since they do track if an email was opened through an image/link embedded in it. Such services depend on adding their domain at the end of the recipient's e-mail address, so your e-mail passes through their server, which sends to the destination and tries to verify delivery.

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