05 Jan 2000 13:00:56 -0800
>>>>> "Thomas" == Thomas Bader <email@example.com> writes:
>> Is mutt the only MUA to get that right? PGP/MIME, anyone?
Thomas> It think so, but I'm not sure.
MEW, an Emacs messaging package, also does PGP/MIME. I think the tm
package (a MIME add-on) can also be configured to create PGP/MIME.
Despite the "deprecation," the old way seems to be the most
portable. Sadly, PGP/MIME doesn't have any built-in backwards
compatibility, so it's not very useful for widespread communication.
[I've actually seen complaints from Eudora users that their mailer
will treat _any_ MIME parts as "attachments" and auto-save them to a
defined directory. So PGP/MIME signatures and those annoying v-card
things just pile up. Not a good reason not to use PGP/MIME, just a
pain in the butt from a widely-used MUA.]
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