Mutt/GnuPG doc initial release
Thu Sep 27 00:17:01 2001
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On Mittwoch, 26. September 2001 15:38, Horacio wrote:
> That´s your saying, and yet people who think and act like you
> do slow down my reading of mail at mailing lists by forcing
> the opening of a process for no useful reason.
Maybe you shouldn't be using this MTA if it slows down your reading so
much just because of signed messages. Alternatively you could write a
procmail filter which removes signatures from messages send to mailing
lists. As you are using mutt (at least that's what your X-Mailer header
tells me) it's very likely that you are using procmail already to
convert inlined signatures to PGP/MIME signatures. So why not simply
remove signatures from mailing list messages.
> Of course you don´t find it an annoyance! You are the one
> who annoys others with it!
You shouldn't generalise your opinion to others. Owen doesn't annoy me.
But of course I'm guilty of the same crime. :-)
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