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How can I prevent the recipients of my mail from saving an attachment sent with the mail?

Posted on 2009-04-03
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I want to send an email with an attachment to some people but I need to stop them from saving the attachment.

Can you help me please?

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Question by:Bee62
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I don't believe that you can do that, consider protecting your attachment from editing, printing... depends of attachments file format.
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I would agree with Kechka above... once you send it out, it's theirs.
Also, in agreeing with him, you could stop them from editing it by making it into a PDF and adding a password - not impermeable, but good enough for most users.
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