and then scanning it in to forward as an attachment?! Because you didn't originally receive it as an e-mail. 0 Vote up! So the email can’t be easily altered 0 Vote up! Rubbish thread title. Would not recommend. -4/10 2 Vote up! Poor punctuation and grammar in the tread title. 0 Vote up! Yes, that was deliberate! 0 Vote up! hide metadata? 0 Vote up! I'd only do this if I had suffered a traumatic head injury and forgotten how to use a computer properly. 0 Vote up! If only sending part of what is a chain of emails then yes. Otherwise would prolly fwd as attachment rather than just forward if concerned it might subsequently be dicked about with. 0 Vote up! Bear in mind you can print as a PDF so they may not have printed and scanned it. 0 Vote up! definitely printed. there is no chain. and the person concerned wouldn't know about meta data and headers etc if it slapped them in the face 0 Vote up! I encourage my team to do random stuff like this to mess with the other side if the other side are khunts who over analyse everything. 0 Vote up! They don't trust you? 0 Vote up! Share as pdf was the final catchup for IT, chz 0 Vote up! Can you fax it to me? 0 Vote up! I keep paper files (and electronic records). Sometimes the email is from before the emails are stored so very occasionally will be able to scan it from the paper file simply because I no longer hold the electronic email. 0 Vote up! Refresh Back to board Join the discussion Login Register 0 Vote up!