using keys with multiple users
Anthony E. Greene
Sat May 11 01:57:02 2002
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On 10-May-2002/15:58 -0700, "Leigh S. Jones, KR6X" <email@example.com> wrote:
>2 - issue copies of a single key to each employee, in
>which case the key name would be something like:
>"MyCompany Corporate Support Key <support@MyCompany.com>"
>in which case there would be little confusion on the
>part of your correspondents but questionable legal
>value of a signature
The are companies with multiple contracting officers, or multiple of other
kinds of people that have to represent the company. This is no different.
The company is responsible for the actions of those it chooses to
represent it. Any problems this may cause are the company's
responsibility, not the customer's.
Anthony E. Greene <mailto:firstname.lastname@example.org>
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