From: Joseph S. Barrera III (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Date: Thu Jan 18 2001 - 12:01:32 PST
> Note, from section 2.1:
> While Internet standards normally do not specify the behavior of
> user interfaces, it is strongly recommended that the user agent
> obtain the user's consent before sending an MDN. This consent
> could be obtained for each message through some sort of prompt or
> dialog box, or globally through the user's setting of a preference.
> The user might also indicate globally that MDNs are never to be
> sent or that a "denied" MDN is always sent in response to a request
> for an MDN.
Yeah, as if. Just how many people out there actually know how to
get their mail client to not sent read receipts? Not many, I'd bet.
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