Ingo Klöcker kloecker at
Sun Mar 20 21:44:58 CET 2011

On Sunday 20 March 2011, Jonathan Ely wrote:
> On 20/03/2011 03:35 PM, Ben McGinnes wrote:
> > To be sure that a text signature is appended without interfering
> > with the digital signature, it should appear in the body of the
> > message when you edit it.  Thunderbird is quite capable of doing
> > this (I have one, but don't normally include it when posting to
> > lists).
> I do not use the Gmail interface any more; I only use the Thunderbird
> client and typed the signature in the edit field found in the Tools |
> Account options | General dialogue. It always appears in the body,
> right under the point where I type. If this is the case it should
> not interfere with Enigmail or GnuPG, correct?
> PS. I learnt my lesson about including any signature for a mailing
> list.

The next thing you might want to learn is not to top-post (i.e. write 
the reply above of the full quote of the message one replies to). Top-
posting is very common in corporate email exchange but it is uncommon on 
many mailing lists (including this one).

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