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Wed Feb 1 17:40:59 CET 2012

On 01/02/12 16:19, Robert J. Hansen wrote:

> As soon as both Thunderbird *and* Enigmail are part of a standard Linux
> installation, let me know.  I'd love to know about it.  Until then, I
> think Enigmail is going to remain a niche player.

Has there been a concerted effort to make Enigmail an integral part of
Thunderbird, distributed with it? If yes, what are the reasons that it
has been rejected so far? If no, why not?

Mike Cardwell
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