Help understanding gnupg needed!
iulia_das at yahoo.com
Tue Apr 18 14:49:27 CEST 2006
I respect your openness about the fact. But it has
not reached the same volumes here as in the west i
guess. Because except for Yahoo, i have 3 other
accounts, which i have been maintaining, spam free, 2
of them for over 6 years and one for 3 months. I only
have access to dial-up connection, which makes spam a
huge disadvantage, because it takes so much time to
download.. Except for yahoo (which does get a lot of
spam because it is my 'registration' address, and
that's why i ruled against using yahoo pops) i am
getting mail from all accounts using a mail client. I
like thunderbird a lot, yet it is not the fastest in
downloading messages. That's why it is pretty
important for me to avoid spam in any quantities.
Nevertheless, i do appreciate your insight, and hope
there is a way out...
--- Stef Caunter <stef at caunter.ca> wrote:
> get over it, publishing your email results in spam;
> I don't think that this
> suprises anyone anymore - deal with it in your own
> way and move on. The rage
> against spam has resulted in excellent filtering
> software, but the
> energy on both sides amounts to equilibrium.
> >> Is it true that if i publish it there
> >> my email address (which comes in the user id) may
> >> become a target for spammers?
> > Yes, a far as I know. Anyway, damage done, you
> can't delete the key
> > AFAIK. I hear that Thunderbird's spam filters are
> very good, so you
> > shouldn't have too much trouble.
> >> Is it possible to show an existing webmail
> address in the user id
> >> which is not the email address i am going to use
> with encryption
> >> feature?
> > This could be awkward for your email partners. For
> example, my mail
> > program automatically looks for the key based on
> the email address.
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