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Setting up read receipt - HELP

ninajt
Hello,
I cant work out how to set up receiving 'read receipts'. I've had this function before but somehow its been disabled. I use Squirrel 1.4.19. Really want to sort this asap any help appreciated.

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Re: Setting up read receipt - HELP

Paul Lesniewski
On Tue, Apr 13, 2010 at 2:43 PM, ninajt <[hidden email]> wrote:
>
> Hello,
> I cant work out how to set up receiving 'read receipts'.

Receiving?  If you want to *receive* a read receipt, then it's up to
the sender to include it in the email they send you - nothing to do
with SquirrelMail.  If you want SquirrelMail to allow you to respond
to them, make sure you have it enabled in the configuration tool:

4.  General Options ===> 8.  Allow use of receipts

Also check in the SquirrelMail interface:

Options ===> Display Preferences ===> Enable Mail Delivery Notification

> I've had this
> function before but somehow its been disabled. I use Squirrel 1.4.19. Really
> want to sort this asap any help appreciated.

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Re: Setting up read receipt - HELP

ninajt
Hi Paul  
My problem is is that I dont appear to have a 'Enable Mail Delivery Notification' choice in my Display Preferences.

Its quite strange because I set it up before, but I recently re-hosted and now that facility is unavailable to me?

Any advice?



Paul Lesniewski wrote
On Tue, Apr 13, 2010 at 2:43 PM, ninajt <nina@enellelondon.com> wrote:
>
> Hello,
> I cant work out how to set up receiving 'read receipts'.

Receiving?  If you want to *receive* a read receipt, then it's up to
the sender to include it in the email they send you - nothing to do
with SquirrelMail.  If you want SquirrelMail to allow you to respond
to them, make sure you have it enabled in the configuration tool:

4.  General Options ===> 8.  Allow use of receipts

Also check in the SquirrelMail interface:

Options ===> Display Preferences ===> Enable Mail Delivery Notification

> I've had this
> function before but somehow its been disabled. I use Squirrel 1.4.19. Really
> want to sort this asap any help appreciated.

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Re: Setting up read receipt - HELP

Paul Lesniewski
Please don't top-post.  Please read the mailing list posting
guidelines before you post again.

>>> I cant work out how to set up receiving 'read receipts'.
>>
>> Receiving?  If you want to *receive* a read receipt, then it's up to
>> the sender to include it in the email they send you - nothing to do
>> with SquirrelMail.  If you want SquirrelMail to allow you to respond
>> to them, make sure you have it enabled in the configuration tool:
>>
>> 4.  General Options ===> 8.  Allow use of receipts
>>
>> Also check in the SquirrelMail interface:
>>
>> Options ===> Display Preferences ===> Enable Mail Delivery Notification

> My problem is is that I dont appear to have a 'Enable Mail Delivery
> Notification' choice in my Display Preferences.
>
> Its quite strange because I set it up before, but I recently re-hosted and
> now that facility is unavailable to me?
>
> Any advice?

Yes.  READ everything I've written.  I already gave you the solution
to the problem you describe.

>>> I've had this
>>> function before but somehow its been disabled. I use Squirrel 1.4.19.
>>> Really
>>> want to sort this asap any help appreciated.

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security scam from 'update.co.uk'

ninajt
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I've just received an e mail from 'update.co.uk' asking me for my username, password, and date of birth as they are making updates to email. I cant imagine this is a legitimate but I dont want to disrupt my email if it is. do you know anything about this company?

thanks


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Re: security scam from 'update.co.uk'

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> I've just received an e mail from 'update.co.uk' asking me for my
> username, password, and date of birth as they are making updates to email.
> I cant imagine this is a legitimate but I dont want to disrupt my email
> if it is. do you know anything about this company?

It's a scam. No serious ISP would ever ask you anything in order to do
maintenance or updates to their system. In my opinion you can safely
ignore such mails. And if your ISP by any chance would need to contact you
they'd use their own domain and not something like <update.co.uk>.

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Re: security scam from 'update.co.uk'

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On Sat, June 5, 2010 9:05 am, ninajt wrote:
>

> I've just received an e mail from 'update.co.uk' asking me for my
> username, password, and date of birth as they are making updates to email.
> I cant
> imagine this is a legitimate but I dont want to disrupt my email if it is.
>  do you know anything about this company?

I bought some viagra from them just last week.



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Re: security scam from 'update.co.uk'

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On Sat 05 Jun 2010 10:05:32 AM CEST, ninajt wrote
> I've just received an e mail from 'update.co.uk' asking me for my username,
> password, and date of birth as they are making updates to email. I cant
> imagine this is a legitimate but I dont want to disrupt my email if it is.
> do you know anything about this company?

wait until your mail does NOT work, then you know how to fix it later,  
never send password !, ask them to change your password is more fun :=)

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Re: security scam from 'update.co.uk'

mick.crane

On Sat, June 5, 2010 9:21 pm, Benny Pedersen wrote:
> On Sat 05 Jun 2010 10:05:32 AM CEST, ninajt wrote
>
>> I've just received an e mail from 'update.co.uk' asking me for my
>> username, password, and date of birth as they are making updates to
>> email. I cant imagine this is a legitimate but I dont want to disrupt my
>> email if it is. do you know anything about this company?
>
> wait until your mail does NOT work, then you know how to fix it later,
> never send password !, ask them to change your password is more fun :=)

I replied in a jokey nature ( yes I ordered viagra from them) to this
thread but my post does not appeared to have been delivered to the group.
I am concerned that my installation is not working properly.


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Re: security scam from 'update.co.uk'

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On Sat, June 5, 2010 9:21 pm, Benny Pedersen wrote:
> On Sat 05 Jun 2010 10:05:32 AM CEST, ninajt wrote
>
>> I've just received an e mail from 'update.co.uk' asking me for my
>> username, password, and date of birth as they are making updates to
>> email. I cant imagine this is a legitimate but I dont want to disrupt my
>> email if it is. do you know anything about this company?
>
> wait until your mail does NOT work, then you know how to fix it later,
> never send password !, ask them to change your password is more fun :=)

I replied in a jokey nature ( yes I ordered viagra from them) to this
thread but my post does not appeared to have been delivered to the group.
I am concerned that my installation is not working properly.


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Re: security scam from 'update.co.uk'

Mick Smith
Check your sp*m folder!

Mickey

On 7 June 2010 21:22, michael crane <[hidden email]> wrote:

>
> On Sat, June 5, 2010 9:21 pm, Benny Pedersen wrote:
>> On Sat 05 Jun 2010 10:05:32 AM CEST, ninajt wrote
>>
>>> I've just received an e mail from 'update.co.uk' asking me for my
>>> username, password, and date of birth as they are making updates to
>>> email. I cant imagine this is a legitimate but I dont want to disrupt my
>>> email if it is. do you know anything about this company?
>>
>> wait until your mail does NOT work, then you know how to fix it later,
>> never send password !, ask them to change your password is more fun :=)
>
> I replied in a jokey nature ( yes I ordered viagra from them) to this
> thread but my post does not appeared to have been delivered to the group.
> I am concerned that my installation is not working properly.
>
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Re: security scam from 'update.co.uk'

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Hi Michael

On 07/06/10 21:22, Michael crane wrote:

> On Sat, June 5, 2010 9:21 pm, Benny Pedersen wrote:
>    
>> On Sat 05 Jun 2010 10:05:32 AM CEST, ninajt wrote
>>
>>      
>>> I've just received an e mail from 'update.co.uk' asking me for my
>>> username, password, and date of birth as they are making updates to
>>> email. I cant imagine this is a legitimate but I dont want to disrupt my
>>> email if it is. do you know anything about this company?
>>>        
>> wait until your mail does NOT work, then you know how to fix it later,
>> never send password !, ask them to change your password is more fun :=)
>>      
> I replied in a jokey nature ( yes I ordered viagra from them) to this
> thread but my post does not appeared to have been delivered to the group.
> I am concerned that my installation is not working properly.
>
>    
I saw your post - maybe it got sent to your Junk folder?
David

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mick.crane

On Tue, June 8, 2010 10:33 am, David Ford wrote:
> Hi Michael

> I saw your post - maybe it got sent to your Junk folder?

Dohh, that'll be it. but I deleted the inbox contents at gmail and that
seems to delete the junk mail too.

cheers

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Re: Setting up read receipt - HELP

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Were you ever able to set up your mail to receive "receipt read" messages?  Do you remember how you did it.  I think this is a very important thing to have and I can't figure it out.  Seeing your post from way back when I feel as though Paul Lesniewski answer to you was rather rude.  I am not computer literate.  He seems to think ever one should know how to easily move around these screens.  If you can help I would appreciate it.  Thanks  
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