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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
So it turns out that the answer was right under my nose and does not involve any deceit or hacking. Yahoo! provides an option for creating an account without a cellphone, but it isn't via the "Create Account" button. On the sign-in page, there are a few options: If you click the "Facebook" or "Google" button, you can sign in to Yahoo! using a Facebook or ...
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
Reading posts According to the documentation, users need to opt-in to be able to find posts from NSFW blogs with Tumblr’s search: What should I do if I don't want to see adult-oriented content? Unless you actively choose to display explicit content, when you search for anything on Tumblr you will not see content from blogs that are marked as NSFW (not ...
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/
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
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).
As far as I'm aware, there is no option for a user to stop receiving emails. This would be a slightly pointless feature for Yahoo! to implement, since it would only ever be useful to people like hackers. What you should check, is: That the hacker hasn't set up email forwarding, and isn't still receiving all of your friend's emails. If they are being ...
It's a measure to make it harder for spammers to create throwaway accounts. Unfortunately, like many security measures, it inconveniences innocent users more than the bad guys it's trying to stop. There are lots of free webmail services out there. Certainly there's some that won't bug you for a cell phone number. (Have a look at Computers: Internet: E-mail: ...
These settings are stored server-side, so it’s probably just a glitch/bug. Try setting the theme from a different browser/computer.
This seems like a bug in Yahoo!. You cannot do anything about it, other than writing to Yahoo!
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