Mutt/GnuPG doc initial release

Justin R. Miller
Mon Sep 24 07:00:01 2001

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Thus spake Len Sassaman (

> This is not correct. The only people who refer to the inline
> ASCII-armored signatures as "outdated" are the Mutt developers. Read
> the RFCs.
Ok, thanks for the info Len. I'll read up and correct as necessary.=20 --=20
| Justin R. Miller / / 0xC9C40C31
| Of all the things I've lost, I miss my pants the most.
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