If you need to securely erase a file under Solaris, packages are available for the wipe utility, which will erase a file in such a way that its contents can not be recovered from a disk.
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When a user sends a message from Microsoft Outlook requesting a read receipt when the message is read, Outlook adds the header "Disposition-Notification-To:" to the message. You can add the same header to an outgoing email message from Pine. To do so, take the following steps (these steps were tested on Pine 4.44, but should work for other versions as well):
Now you compose a message the way you normally would, but hit Ctrl-R while the cursor is in one of the message header fields, e.g. the "To" or "Subject" field, to get "Rich Headers". Before, I modified my personal Pine configuration settings, I would see the following "Rich Headers".
From : John Doe <firstname.lastname@example.org> To : Cc : Bcc : Newsgrps: Fcc : sent-mail Lcc : Attchmnt: Subject : ----- Message Text -----
But with the "Disposition-Notification-To:" header added, I now see the following:
From : John Doe <email@example.com> To : Cc : Bcc : Newsgrps: Fcc : sent-mail Lcc : Attchmnt: Subject : Disposit: ----- Message Text -----
In the "Disposit:" field I can then type the address I want to receive the read receipt, e.g. firstname.lastname@example.org. I can then finish composing my message and send it as I normally would. When the Outlook user receives the message, he will be prompted as to whether he wishes to send the read receipt. If he chooses "yes" in Outlook, I will get a read receipt and know the time he read the message. If you don't need a read receipt for a particular message, you simply omit putting an email address in the "Disposit:" field.
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