OpenPGP vs inline PGP
Robin Lynn Frank
Fri Jul 11 01:03:05 2003
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On Thursday 10 July 2003 15:22, Neil Williams wrote:
> > > Variety is the spice of life.
> > We don't share the same view. To me, it works or it doesn't. Its secu=
> > or it isn't, etc. I think I'll wait until this has been ironed out a
> > bit more before trying to deploy it.
> You need a challenge. Go to it!
> Don't you enjoy this admin lark anymore?
I have a real-world job function as well. This has become the second 16 ho=
of each workday.
I don't need a challenge. I need results. The only reason I even attempte=
this was to have a way to verify these @#$%&!& detached signatures. I=20
shouldn't really clutter up this list with this any further.
Robin Lynn Frank | Director of Operations | Paradigm-Omega, LLC
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please forward it to firstname.lastname@example.org. Incoming mail with S/MIM=
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