On 09/30/2002 01:29 PM, Henry wrote:
> How about somebody making a javascript email encoder so that if you use a
> javascript enabled mail client it will get decoded only once it arrives with
> the recipient. With a link for those people without javascript enabled email
> clients to view the message remotely on a
> decode server if they wish.

That won't work in many mail programs either because they do not support 
HTML mail or because they disable Javascript. Most Webmails even strip 
Javascript from the HTML.

A more reliable alternative is to put a remote image in the HTML that is 
  generated dynamically by PHP script that serves a static image after 
it records the identity of the user that read the message.


Manuel Lemos

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