Blocked email

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If my blocked mail goes to junk, can I read it without the sender knowing?

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If it is blocked, it shouldn’t get as far as your Junk Mail Box. If it is is simply marked as spam and sent to your Junk Mail Box, you should be able to read it – and the only way anyone would ever know if it is read, is if you responded to a Read Reciept Request

-Andrea

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While Andrea’s answer was partially correct, there are services that monitor emails that have been opened without the user having to respond to it. Mandrill, for example, shows you a list of how many times an email was open vs links clicked; This is done via JavaScript; So, if you are wanting to ensure completely then you’ll have to disable JavaScript from running.

-Eric Hansen

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  • Michael Tidmarsh
    Welcome to ITKE, beaute1961! Can you tell us which software you're using so we can help you with your issue?
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  • edwinjhoffer
    Please explain which software are you using.
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  • CharlieBrowne
    The answer by Andrea is correct. You should have no problems
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