self-destructing e-mail


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self-destructing e-mail

An e-mail message that is deleted after it has been read or after a specified period of time. It typically works by sending regular e-mail to recipients who are directed to a website that actually contains the messages. Storing and rendering the message on a website allows complete control of its life cycle. See e-mail.
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