Turn off "Subject: Not read" notification

My spam gets routed to a special directory by Cloudmark 
SpamNet - so far so good.  I run through and delete it 
all after scanning for false negatives.  But, some of the 
spam has the request read notification turned on.  
Outlooks sends a message to the sender with the subject 
line saying "Not Read" and a winmail.dat attachment.  How 
can I turn this off?  I don't want to be confirming my 
address to spammers, no have any unauthorized messages 
leaving my system.  

Please send your reply to my e-mail account - thanks!
Bruce
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admin6338 (2)
10/16/2003 9:13:48 PM
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What version of Outlook are you using?  Note:  this group does not support
Outlook Express.


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Milly Staples [MVP - Outlook]

Post all replies to the group to keep the discussion intact.


After searching google.groups.com and finding no answer
Bruce Bissett <admin@aspenleafsoftware.com> asked:

| My spam gets routed to a special directory by Cloudmark
| SpamNet - so far so good.  I run through and delete it
| all after scanning for false negatives.  But, some of the
| spam has the request read notification turned on.
| Outlooks sends a message to the sender with the subject
| line saying "Not Read" and a winmail.dat attachment.  How
| can I turn this off?  I don't want to be confirming my
| address to spammers, no have any unauthorized messages
| leaving my system.
|
| Please send your reply to my e-mail account - thanks!
| Bruce


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MillyS1 (1480)
10/17/2003 1:49:21 AM
Outlook 2002 SP-2

>-----Original Message-----
>What version of Outlook are you using?  Note:  this=20
group does not support
>Outlook Express.
>
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>--=81
>Milly Staples [MVP - Outlook]
>
>Post all replies to the group to keep the discussion=20
intact.
>
>
>After searching google.groups.com and finding no answer
>Bruce Bissett <admin@aspenleafsoftware.com> asked:
>
>| My spam gets routed to a special directory by Cloudmark
>| SpamNet - so far so good.  I run through and delete it
>| all after scanning for false negatives.  But, some of=20
the
>| spam has the request read notification turned on.
>| Outlooks sends a message to the sender with the subject
>| line saying "Not Read" and a winmail.dat attachment. =20
How
>| can I turn this off?  I don't want to be confirming my
>| address to spammers, no have any unauthorized messages
>| leaving my system.
>|
>| Please send your reply to my e-mail account - thanks!
>| Bruce
>
>
>.
>
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admin6338 (2)
10/17/2003 4:21:16 PM
Was there any resolution for this problem? I have the same 
problem with my outlook program. Outlook automatically 
responds to messages tagged with "Disposition-Notification-
To:" and "Return-Receipt-To" Header.
I'm using Outlook 2002 SP-2. 
On the e-mail tracking tab none of the boxes are checked 
and I have "never send a response" radio button selected.


>-----Original Message-----
>My spam gets routed to a special directory by Cloudmark 
>SpamNet - so far so good.  I run through and delete it 
>all after scanning for false negatives.  But, some of the 
>spam has the request read notification turned on.  
>Outlooks sends a message to the sender with the subject 
>line saying "Not Read" and a winmail.dat attachment.  How 
>can I turn this off?  I don't want to be confirming my 
>address to spammers, no have any unauthorized messages 
>leaving my system.  
>
>Please send your reply to my e-mail account - thanks!
>Bruce
>.
>
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anonymous (74719)
11/9/2003 7:05:15 PM
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