[LINK] disappearing email
Tue, 09 Jan 2001 15:21:52 +1030
stephen loosley wrote:
> Published December 26, 2000
> By Troy Thompson
> Have you ever wished that you could send a message that had a time limit in which it could be read?
> Disappearing Email does just that, and you don't even have to set up a server application. As long
> as you are running Outlook 98/2000, you can install this client software to set limits on how long
> your e-mail remains readable.
gee i'm glad national archives haven't implemented this or if they have, they have set at least a 30
year limit on it!
Just imagine in the old technology, ink that disappeared after a preset time?
And yes I guess we did have that with wet faxes until we realised we should photocopy all faxes for
> It is important to note once again that the Disappearing Access Servers do not store or route your
> messages; they only handle the encryption keys. A disadvantage of disappearing e-mail is that all
> special formatting is stripped out of the text; if you create a message using rich text, HTML, or
> special fonts, colors, or sizes, recipients will only see plain text.
oh I dont know, some of us would consider this a decided advantage, restoring email to its appropriate
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