easy way to confirm email validity

Joseph Oreste Bruni jbruni at mac.com
Thu May 24 17:42:34 CEST 2007

Securing normal email can be done using either an OpenPGP-compliant  
email client and/or one that support S/MIME using X.509 certificates.

Trying to secure webmail is a lot more tedious since you'd need to  
prepare the email in a local text-editor, sign it using GnuPG, and  
paste the resulting text into your browser. The recipient would copy  
the received text and use GnuPG to validate the signature. This is a  
very tedious process.

If you want easy, you should use a local email program (POP3, IMAP,  

On May 23, 2007, at 10:50 PM, ptr wrote:

> Hi,
> I'm looking at easy way for my email recipients to validate that  
> email sent
> from me is actually from me.
> I was thinking about some web way, ie: they could copy and paste  
> email body
> to verify it.
> Is there some secure provider of such service?
> Are there maybe better ways to do it?
> Thanx
> Peter
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