Sending a Fax

Arthur Chance freebsd at
Tue May 10 21:25:44 UTC 2011

On 05/10/11 09:36, C. P. Ghost wrote:
> On Sat, May 7, 2011 at 4:30 PM, Bill Tillman<btillman99 at>  wrote:
>> I knew this thread would bring up some ironies. For the record it's all in their
>> minds. E-Mails have been upheld in the US Court system as legal documents.
> Maybe. But as soon as you have to interact with non-US companies or
> administrations, you'll have to revert to fax, because in their legislations,
> that's the only legally binding document in addition to real letters.

Digitally signed email has been legally binding in the UK for a decade 
or more. It's only when I'm talking to Bank of America Merrill Lynch 
that I have to revert to faxes because they refuse to accept signed 
email. Sigh.

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