Josh Glover wrote:
> 2009/5/31 Michael Watterson <watty at eircom.net>:
>>>> A trick is to have a unique image, even one dot per address sent. Then if
>> the image is read, the email was delivered and opened.
>>>> -- I disable automatic remote images. Then the resource is never accessed.
>>>> Yet another reason why HTML email is not worth the bits that comprise it.
>>The smart will realize with suitable server side software, not only do
they know your email address is valid, but your IP (or block) which
gives approximated location and possibly what email/web client you used.
This is all true even on Linux, with any arbitrary email client with
display of remote images enabled. which is NOT the same thing entirely
as HTML formated emails.
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