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Sending email via CL_BCS - Supressing read receipt request

I am sending an email from SAP using the CL_BCS class.

When received in OUTLOOK, a read receipt is being requested.

I am not setting a read receipt in SAP using SET_REPLY_TO, is it being generated by default.

Documentation on CL_BCS does not appear to be available, does anyone know how to stop the read receipt being requested.

Thanks

Paul

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    Posted on Aug 13, 2008 at 12:07 PM

    Hi Paul,

    you can use the method

    DATA: lro_send_request TYPE REF TO cl_bcs.
    
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    lro_send_request->SET_STATUS_ATTRIBUTES( I_REQUESTED_STATUS = 'E'  ).
    

    If you set the I_REQUESTED_STATUS 'E' you will see the sent mail in the transaction SOST.

    If you set the I_REQUESTED_STATUS 'N' you won't even see the mail in the SOST.

    Both of them suppress the read & delivery receipt request.

    Regards Stefan.

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    Posted on Aug 13, 2008 at 12:28 PM

    Thanks Stefan,

    Worked beautifully.

    Paul

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