If required to provide a list for suspected spamming purposes, I would
be tempted to provide it as a bitmap image in a just readable but
hard-to-OCR font (e.g., connected or run-together characters,
inconsistent representation, additional spaces), to make conversion to
usable spam list as difficult as possible.
On Wednesday, June 18, 2003, at 11:26 AM, Martin Kratz wrote:
> you could also probably print to a file, and hand him the disk with
> the file on it and let them import it in and print it...
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> Subject: Fw: [CIO] A Question regarding a request for email addresses
> Mike's right - you don't owe them a convenient format. Using 8-pt
> font, on old green bar paper can work! Also, your attorney should be
> able to help screen the amount of data that you have to print on the
> green bar paper. Don't forget that you can charge him for the cost of
> creating the list.
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