The Bottom Line
SentThere is, alas, no longer available.
- SentThere sends return receipts
- Requires no action at the recipient's end
- Works with all email clients
- SentThere does not work in all cases
- Constitutes privacy invasion
- SentThere allows you to get a return receipt when the recipient of an email opens it.
- Works by inserting a small image, which is downloaded from a server when the message is opened.
- SentThere includes a simple message editor.
- Integrates with all email clients by working as an intermediary SMTP server.
- SentThere supports attachments, inline images, and multimedia emails.
- SentThere supports Windows 9x/ME/NT/2000/3/XP.
Guide Review - SentThere 3.0
With SentThere, the answer to the first question is clear: if you get a receipt, they read the message. There's no action required at the recipient's end other than — and that's the catch — using a HTML-enabled email client and being connected while reading the message. That's quite a bit of a prerequisite for a return receipt that's supposed to be reliable.
At least: if you get a receipt, you can be sure. And SentThere surely is easy to use and integrates well with virtually all email clients.