Thu Dec 19 08:32:01 2002
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David Shaw wrote:
> PGP/MIME is *an* official standard (well, standards track anyway).
> Inline messages are also standards track. Neither one is any more
> official than the other.
Really? Can you send a pointer to the RFC describing inline messages? I've
tried locating the right RFC but haven't been able to do so. Though I did
find this interesting quote (from the archives of gnupg-devel):
Thomas Roessler firstname.lastname@example.org
Fri, 1 Sep 2000 11:38:18 +0200
On 2000-08-31 17:57:33 -0500, Taral wrote:
> I don't think application/pgp is standard.
It isn't. There may be some ancient internet-drafts describing it,
but it never made it to RFC level (which is a good thing). Bad
enough, it's still commonly used, with all the problems it brings.
For guidance on how to implement it, please look at elm-me+ or mutt.
Thomas Roessler <email@example.com>
Has work been done since then on an RFC for inline messages?
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