How to Send Self-Destructing Emails

Ever sent an email you later regretted writing? We all have, but it can be especially bad when those emails are sent to the wrong person or get leaked on the Internet. You might not know this, but there are many providers that offer self destructing email services. These services give you complete control over who reads them, how long they exist, or whether they can be printed, copied, or forwarded. Hey, you don't have to be a secret agent to send self-destructing emails, just a very smart geek with a reputation to maintain, so check out what these sites can do for you:

Will Self-Destruct:
This service is free. There's no sign up process, but you have to fill out a
web-based form with the recipient's email address, subject, and your message.
The recipient receives an email with a link to a web page containing your
message. Once the link is accessed, a countdown begins, and the message is
destroyed. The email itself looks like spam, so make sure you tell your friend
to expect something from
SDMessage and
Destructing Message are two
similar alternatives.

KickNotes: Another web-based service
that sends self-destructing messages after filling out a form. You can actually
control the times the message can be viewed or how long you want the message to
exist. Once the message is created, you can either send a link to a web page
through your own email address or from KickNotes.

These sites can be useful if you want to send password or other important information that you don't want other people to see.

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