MIME or inline signature ? [OT]
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Thu Feb 19 02:15:59 CET 2015
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On Tuesday 17 February 2015 at 11:13:18 AM, in
<mid:20150217061318.3cd64936 at scorpio>, Jerry wrote:
> That is the reason I detest INLINE as opposed to
You detest pgp-inline for the main reason I prefer it. Wouldn't life
be boring if we all liked the same things?
> The insertion of superfluous garbage in the
> message body is annoying to say the least.
Given all the corporate non-sense footers "requiring" us to
telepathically know whether or not the sender meant to include us in
the circulation list and to delete it without reading if the answer is
"No", most email users are well-practised at ignoring anything that
> Worse, since
> most users have no concept of "trimming" a message
> before replying to it,
I tend to find those poor unfortunates usually top-post, so all the
extraneous content is off-screen below their message. But so is
anything that could give context to their pearls of wisdom.
> even more useless garbage is
> transmitted when replied to, thus killing more innocent
Presumably this virtual massacre adds to the virtual problem of global
> and wasting bandwidth
Those of us on a metered connection would be with you all the way.
Except that HTML emails are a far bigger bandwidth-hog.
> not to mention the
> consumption of screen territory.
I find that my screen territory all comes back when I delete the
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