Preventing Lotus Notes users from fowarding contents of email

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For our Lotus Notes users, we would like to send emails using SMTP (that uses .NET with C# as the programming language). But for those emails, we're trying to set up security features that would prevent them from forwarding or copying the content of the email. Regards.

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  • Abushahd
    In Lotus Notes client there is a built in option to prevent copying emails. Did you try this?
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  • Stiletto
    That's true, but I think it only applies within the Notes environment.  Also, I would classify it as "security by obscurity" since, as a developer, I've always been able to easily circumvent it.
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