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While it not natively support, you can use Google Scripts to know if your message has been read. Basically the script embeds the Google Analytics tracking code in your outgoing messages and logs a event in your Analytics dashboard when the recipient opens the email. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9T_EqwQnZY0


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You can simply export/Save-as the calendar from MS Outlook and import it into Google calendar. Note, however, that there does appear to be a restriction with Outlook's repeating events. From Google's import dialog: "Google Calendar can import event information in ical or CSV (MS Outlook)" Open Outlook Click Calendar Right click on the calendar ...


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Virtru appears to let you do read receipts (although it requires that users click through to read emails on their website). http://www.addictivetips.com/web/virtru-lets-you-send-secure-emails-from-gmail-outlook-and-yahoo-mail/


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Such a feature is called Read receipt. Most desktop clients support read receipts feature, though it's not enough if you have support for it, the recipient's email client should also support it, Google Apps for Gmail, support this, but not personal Gmail account


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After 8 months of research, I think I found the solution, which is multifaceted. There are two issues (possibly more) that could be at play. Here is my final solution, which I posted here: http://answers.microsoft.com/en-us/office/forum/office_2013_release-outlook/exchange- ISSUE 1 - Possible Two Step verification problem and App passwords: Sign in to ...


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You can do this by inserting a zero size image and by parsing the logs of your application logs u get to know that how many emails read and at what time those red


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If you want to stay with GMail, and are using Chrome, then try Signals from HubSpot. It works as a Chrome extension. The basic service is free, and is more than capable for what you seem to be looking for (up to 200 notifications per month).


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Just in case anyone is still looking at this, as it ranks high on Google still. I've been making an Outlook Add-on to do just this: http://www.tailormadesolutions.com.au/trello-outlook-calendar-addon/


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Found the solution after more searches ... Use an Exchange account with this configuration : Domain\User : Full email adress (e.g. : john.doe@outlook.com) Server name : s.outlook.com Other : Works with SSL on ports 443 and 993 Then, everything will be syncable


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Gmail filters act on incoming messages, not outgoing. (Gmail support: Using filters). However, you can ameliorate those "oh no" moments by turning on the "Undo Send" lab in Gmail Labs. Gmail Blog: New in Labs: Undo Send Essentially, this "holds" a message for up to 30 seconds to give you a changes to hit "Undo" and pull it back before it's truly gone. ...



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