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Windows 7: Send an email w/ WINDOWS LIVE MAIL but disable FWD...

19 Jul 2010   #1

Windows 7

Can anyone answer my question concerning Windows Live Mail???

I'm already aware of when I create an email, I can select request read receipt, select the importance of LOW, NORMAL or HIGH as well as spell-check...
What I want to know is if I send person XYZ an email, I want to make it so that recipient XYZ can't FWD it onto a third party, say like ZYX

I know how to create & send an email & how to select REQUEST READ RECEIPT, PRIORITY, SPELLING and so on... What I want to know is if I send, say, an email to Mr. John Doe, how can I prevent or disable the email from being forwarded to another person???



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19 Jul 2010   #2

Win7 Pro-64 Bit

Hello Pleides2112
I'm pretty sure that you can't as this would not stop copy-paste or taking a screen shot of it.If you are worried about privacy then I would be careful what was wrote and to whom I sent Emails.You can always encrypt your message and the recipient would need a decryptor key but it can still be forwarded.

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