Do you feel that Doc Scrubber v1.1 could be used in court? I have an issue with my landlord that says he mailed (by regular mail) a notice on a certain date. I did not recieve "the letter". After I contacted him he attached "the letter" as a word document (that he says he mailed a print of) to me. I ran Doc Scrubber v1.1 on it and it reported that the document had not been printed since 2002 (I assume that is when the quicken template he used was created). The date of creation agrees with the date he says he sent the letter. I belive that he just set back his computer clock and created the letter the day he emailed the word file to me. According to Doc Scrubber, he didn't bother to print out a copy when the clock was set back. I plan to ask him to U.S. mail it to me again. Then if I have to hire an attorney, I will have him email the word file to my attorney. If Doc Scrubber reports that he printed the document when I asked him to re-mail it we will have proof that he could not of mailed it on the original date (since he did not print it). It is my thought that if I confront him with this type of evidence that he would settle out-of-court. I greatly appreciate any comments you may have.