The email is stripped to plain text so along the way the reply when read code is tossed too.
Let me also note that common POP3/SMTP email (internet email) does not dictate such features so anyone that tells us that email tracking works is sadly misinformed.
Active Tracker would again fail at our office due to our email stripper.
These tracking programs are said to report back to email senders the "fates" of their sent messages.
One such tracking program out of many available from the internet is "Active Tracker for Outlook Express". This program claims to: reliably find out when your email gets opened; how long it gets read for; where the reader is physically located; whether or not it gets printed out, forwarded, or published online; What URLs or web-links were clicked on; How many times it was re-opened, and more -- Certified Proof of posting, delivery, and opening.
How can these tracking programs work without invading recipients' privacy? Yet, if this type of program did work without glitches, and was legal, it'd be a very useful tool for business email, wouldn't it?
Does anyone here have experience using an e-mail tracking program?