Doing some more testing....looks like this behavior is only happening with my
work Exchange account. When I send a message with return receipt requested to
Gmail or iCloud, then Mail doesn’t do anything. Doesn’t send the receipt and
still doesn’t notify me that one has been requested. Which is preferable.
I wonder if there are Exchange server side settings that could help this.
Yes I still run my own mail server but I’m not too interested in munging things
to that level. And I’m not seeing the problem with that account either.
Julian Y. Koh
On Oct 9, 2019, at 23:29, order <order@xxxxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote:
So if you're running your own email server, rewrite the header on inbound
email to remove that field.
On 10/9/19 12:24 AM, Julian Koh (Redacted sender kohster for DMARC) wrote:
On Oct 8, 2019, at 22:48, happilyapoptic <afp548@xxxxxxxxxNope, it’s getting generated/sent right when I open a message with the
Curious if the read receipt time lines up with when you transferred it to
the server. Is it possible that moving the message to the server caused the
entire message to be loaded?
Disposition-Notification-To: header set. I ran some tests with sending
myself mail from Google with D-N-T set. Attaching the sent message along
with the receipt message that was generated.