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Using Delivery Receipts

Delivery Receipts are a great way to verify if someone has opened your email. A Delivery Receipt is sent to you when your email is delivered to the recipient’s email address. This receipt provides the time and date that the email was delivered, as well as the recipient’s email address. Delivery Receipts are available in most email programs, including Outlook, Gmail, and Apple Mail.

Using Read Receipts

Read Receipts notify you when someone opens and reads your email. This feature is available in most email programs, including Outlook and Gmail. To use Read Receipts, you must first enable the feature in your email program settings. Then, when you compose a new email, you can check the box to request a Read Receipt. When the recipient opens and reads the email, a Read Receipt will be sent to you.

Using Third-Party Tools

There are also third-party services that allow you to track whether someone has opened your email or not. These services provide detailed information about the recipient and when they opened the email. Most of these services require a subscription, so you should be sure to read the terms and conditions carefully before signing up.


In conclusion, there are a few different ways to determine if someone has opened your email. Delivery Receipts provide confirmation that the email was delivered, while Read Receipts can tell you if the email was opened. Third-party services can also provide detailed information about when the email was opened.