Are gpg signatures considered attachments?
linux at thorstenhau.de
Tue Dec 27 11:52:15 CET 2005
* John Clizbe wrote (2005-12-27 04:08):
>You could try Thunderbird + Enigmail. Enigmail will allow you to create
>per-recipient rules, so that you may send either inline-signed or
>PGP/MIME-signed messages depending on which list you're posting.
Mutt can do that, too.
>You can't spell fiasco without SCO. PGP/GPG KeyID: 0x608D2A10/0x18BB373A
>"what's the key to success?" / "two words: good decisions."
>"what's the key to good decisions?" / "one word: experience."
>"how do i get experience?" / "two words: bad decisions."
>"Just how do the residents of Haiku, Hawai'i hold conversations?"
>Comment: When cryptography is outlawed, b25seSBvdXRsYXdzIHdpbGwgdXNlIG
>Comment: Be part of the £33t ECHELON -- Use Strong Encryption.
>Comment: It's YOUR right - for the time being.
>Comment: Using GnuPG with Mozilla - http://enigmail.mozdev.org
Quite an excessive sig, I must say.
As we enjoy great advantages from the inventions of others we should
be glad of an opportunity to serve others by any invention of ours,
and this we should do freely and generously.
- Benjamin Franklin
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