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Daniel Franke wrote:
> The reason I use inline PGP is that I'm sick of getting replies
> from people saying, "hey, I can't open that weird attachment that
> you sent me". If you all are correct about mailing lists breaking
> PGP/MIME, then I now have a second good reason.
And I use inline PGP because someone I know (Eudora user??) can't even
see the plaintext part if I use the other kind of signature.
BTW, does anyone know how to make S/MIME work? It is more universally
supported than PGP. I got a certificate once (they are easy to get
from some companies), but the UI for adding certificates to
Thunderbird was so bad that I never got any further.
- - Daniel Holth
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