Evolution signatures

Carl L. Gilbert lamont_gilbert@rigidsoftware.com
Mon Aug 4 21:29:02 2003

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On Mon, 2003-08-04 at 14:09, Kyle Hasselbacher wrote:=20
> Inability to read and write inline PGP is the reason I've dismissed
> Evolution every time I've considered using it.

Yes, here I am all changed over to evolution only to run into this
mess.  I think the explanations are cop outs at best.  How is enigmail
managing to handle this?  What about the rest?  I know their are
issues.  I have experienced them.  But rudimentary plain text signatures
would be an acceptable solution.  Just say inline is unsupported, then
sneak in a basic verify on simple plain text emails.  Forget all the
complicated stuff.  Get me to where enigmail is and I am happy.

Thank you,

CL Gilbert
"Then said I, Wisdom [is] better than strength: nevertheless the poor
man's wisdom [is] despised, and his words are not heard." Ecclesiastes

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