Adrian von Bidder
Tue Aug 5 10:50:02 2003
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<general rant on evo and PGP...>
You may find some discussions I had with the evo people about various PGP/G=
issues. I generally had the impression that GPG has a low priority for the=
evo people, and that the architecture of evo is fundamentally flawed since=
they need to integrate the GPG stuf in (IMHO) the wrong place - the PGP/MIM=
implementation in evo was probably one of the buggiest for a long time.
Inline PGP has flaws, as soon as non-ascii chars are encrypted (and of cour=
there's the missing protection for attachments). Yes, it mostly works. That=
why I chose PGP/MIME. To those using M$ products not able to display these=
mails: tough luck. I don't care in most cases. For private communication - =
John noted - kmail offers the choice to do inline sigs as well.
(... and Novell now owning evo is just one more reason to switch to another=
Oh, well, I'll shut up now, no problem.
featured link: http://fortytwo.ch/smtp
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