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On Sun, Feb 25, 2007 at 02:04:34PM -0500, Daniel Holth wrote:
> 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.

I think GnuPG 2.0 lets you use them interchangeably with PGP keys.
That said, don't.  S/MIME is a centralized racket and their
authentication procedures are a joke.  I wouldn't trust it to
keep my Slashdot password secure.

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