Signed headers (was Re: Evolution signatures)
Thu Aug 7 00:06:02 2003
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On Wed, Aug 06, 2003 at 04:51:08PM -0400, Carl L. Gilbert wrote:
> I don't think its all that good. Right now my computers ip address is
> 192.168.0.2, or some such. But when I send this email, the address
> slapped on it my the MTA (which is remote) will be that of my
> firewall/NAT router. Unless I misunderstood the point!?
I think you have.
The host-ID has nothing to do with your address, exactly like your GPG=20
fingerprint has nothing to do with your real name.
=3D=3D email@example.com | firstname.lastname@example.org
=3D=3D 3367 0D84 444B D5B6 980E 7D5D 1209 639D 114A A85C
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