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Support for Delivery Status Notifications (DSN) #325

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kupschke opened this Issue Sep 20, 2014 · 8 comments

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kupschke commented Sep 20, 2014

Hello,

it would be nice to see Delivery Status Notifications (DSN) implemented in Rainloop.

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Delivery_Status_Notification

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bms8197 commented Jan 12, 2015

I agree!

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ghost commented Jan 22, 2015

+1

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rbeuque74 commented Jan 22, 2015

👍

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ghost commented Feb 21, 2015

+1

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ervee commented Feb 21, 2015

RainLoop is not the place to implement DSN's. That's the MTA's job. Not a webmail client's job. You could fake a DSN with Sieve (configurable trough RainLoop) I suppose...

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kupschke commented Feb 21, 2015

I just need a function for requesting "Delivery Status Notifications" from recipients MTA.
This is a nice feature which is supported for a long time in thunderbird and roundcube.

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ervee commented Feb 21, 2015

There is already a "request a read receipt"

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So I guess there should indeed also be a "request delivery", like in other mailers such as Outlook.

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It's not really a bug, so I'd suggest you open a request at https://rainloop.uservoice.com/ :)

Ralf.

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ervee commented Feb 25, 2015

Tested new delivery receipt and it's working for me! Note that not all recipient servers will send a DSN so not getting a DSN will not always mean the message was not delivered.

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