Signature in Attachment

Neil Williams linux at
Wed Dec 8 20:36:28 CET 2004

On Wednesday 08 December 2004 6:00 pm, Don Ferguson wrote:
> In this case it happens to be the corporate version of Outlook with
> Exchange server.

Why not post from home?

> That's also why using other email clients really isn't 
> an option.  So as things stand for now, I may need to accept that I
> won't be able to verify PGP/MIME signatures attached to the messages.
> While it would be nice to be able to do this with Outlook, I can live
> without it for now.

But old-style inline signatures are deprecated for very good reasons. PGP/MIME 
is the future of GnuPG/PGP signatures. You really ought to use a different 
email client. It isn't impossible, no matter what the corporate mentality, 
you could use Mozilla Thunderbird - on a USB stick if necessary.


Neil Williams
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