It has only just begun for me. When I sent my last group email I received some read receipts. I not only did not request them, I did not save as a draft and re-edit. I just composed two emails and sent them. I have not had a group email to send since but when I do I will check to see if the notification line is there in the source.
A while back I had a problem where Comcast was flagging some of my emails as spam but never letting me know that my email failed. A Comcast employee was monitoring the Forum and took steps to fix the issue which was on Comcast's side. I am hoping something similar happens this time as well.
It can be very frustrating dealing with them. The other day I got a phone call from Comcast on this Read Receipt issue but had my problem all wrong. They were under the impression that I could not send email at all. The Language barrier often complicates matters but thus one was really messed up.
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That is correct, exactly what I did.
Just for testing, I also went through the exercise yesterday that I saw on the Forum where an email was written, saved without sending, and closing it whereby it went to my Draft Folder. I then brought it back up and clicked Edit and the Notification line was not there. I then sent it (to myself, not that it matters) and when I looked at the source of the sent message, the notification-false line was there.
I did not test the suggested workaround because I feel that Comcast needs to fix what is causing the problem and the workaround is cumbersome.
I never request a read receipt for my group emails. I went back and looked at the group emails I sent in the past and it was only the last one where the notification line appeared, it was not on any prior ones which is why I say it is a Comcast problem.
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