signing + mailing lists

Justin R. Miller
Wed Sep 19 01:43:01 2001

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Thus spake Gordon Worley (

> But, from this message, I guess we can all see your opinion. ;-)
Heh, well since I started using GPG regularly, I've been signing all mail, unless the signature interferes with the message (i.e. a subscription confirmation that can't have attachments, etc.) But I'm trying to gather some info to make a decision one way or the other, to remain the same or to change, since I do want to be practical when it comes to message sizes. =20 --=20
| Justin R. Miller / / 0xC9C40C31
| Of all the things I've lost, I miss my pants the most.
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