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Yes I do Praful Thakkar
Yes, I do... anything that's sent out of my Outlook is tracked and I can see when someone actually opened the correspondence. People who've tried to tell me they didn't receive important correspondence from me are taken aback when I can read them chapter and verse exactly when they opened my email. Those people do not try that "trick" again (at least not with me).
not all of them, but yes on some of them. I love when people say I didn't get that and I tell them when they opened it, for how long and what device.
Nina Hollander, Broker
Depends on type of communication.
My CRM does on what they call "mass emails", but I don't on those I send via my regular email. If its something important, I will usually text them to tell them to check their email.
I was a listing agent when I was active.....any and all communication was by email with a CC to the buyer's agent....always in the loop.... and I always asked for confirmation of the email....
I do, had one time I did not and it was a problem down the road.
I do with some agents who SAY they don't receive their email during a transaction.
I do my best. It's not an exact science.
Some of the time.
If it is very important I will follow up with or call or ask them to acknowledge receipt.
I do follow up
Depends on the email.
Most of them. Some go into the black hole of cyberspace, never to be seen again.
No. Unless you're on the same network, there is no way to enforce read/delivery receipts (even on the same network you can block them).
Yes, I make sure it is in a folder for clients.
Praful Thakkar Yes, I want to know it was received by the agent.
I remove some of them (storage, confidentiality)..... Important ones I request acknowledgment when rec'd.
Only if I have reason to
Not as well as I probably should!
Delivery and open and always a little click bait.
Once I have a baseline, I only check periodicly.
Many systems allow you to dig deeper to identify on what device the mail was opened.
However, for marketing purposes, I rely on IP addresses.
I do but I don't demand a reply unless it is really something that needs to be in writing. After the contract, all inbound and outbound emails are archived.
Yes. I do a request a read receipt on all business emails I send