Jonathan Ely thajsta at
Sun Mar 20 22:16:29 CET 2011

Really? For me, it is much easier to access the newest reply instead of
using the Down Arrow key to find it. Gmail always worked the same way
for me.

On 20/03/2011 04:44 PM, Ingo Klöcker wrote:
> 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).
> Regards,
> Ingo
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