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How to force message to delete upon forward or reply

Posted on 2004-08-23
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I received a message from someone who works in DC/government. When I replied to him, his message deleted itself. (No it didn't self-destruct. I was unable to forward back his message to him even though I have Outlook set to add the original message below my reply) This intriqued me and I'd like to use this when sending personal information to certain people who LOVE to forward them on. Maybe this was built into some big security network, but I'm a stand-alone Outlook 2002 user. How to do this?
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