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Using any phone, start your messages with "*0#" then you are going to get your delivery confirmation.
As a short answer - iMessage uses the phone number or email address that you sent your message to as the reply's "sender ID". It is possible the recipient's phone instead used the setting for "Start New Conversations From" instead, which can be an email address, but that would also require that person to have changed their setting from their phone number to ...
To solve the first part of your question, check this out: On the iPhone, go to Settings -> Messages -> Text Message Forwarding. This option will only appear when a compatible iOS or Mac device connected to the same Wi-Fi network. Your iPad should be listed in the Text Message Forwarding setup window. Set the slider to the on position to enable ...
If you send a group message on your iPhone, anyone else who uses iMessage will respond to the entire group, but that is not the case in your situation. If one or more recipients is using standard SMS (on an Android, etc.), their response will be a standard SMS message back to you. You can not prevent getting single messages as replies as long the group is ...
This looks like a "Flash SMS" or "class 0 message", supposedly only available to be sent by your carrier, but available to others via Apps (Apple App Store, Google Play Store) and in some carriers, by prefixing your message with *go. There are more technical details on this answer at Stack Overflow, specially in this linked article: As per the SMS ...
Not without jail breaking the iPhone. There are numerous tweaks available on Cydia (jail break equivalent of App Store) that enable this functionality. iPhones and a Mac computer will both send SMS messages natively from your phone number, but this isn't available on Windows.
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