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February 28, 2006, 4:24 pm
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Nope. Not unless you have access to the logs of the sender's mail
Unless you correspond with a person using public key cryptography and
ever message he sends you is signed with your public key, there isn't
much assurance. And even then, if he wanted to share it with others,
he could by showing them his screen, manually forwarding things
copy/pasted into separate emails, etc.