steve at shinkuro.com
Thu Jan 31 13:27:22 CET 2008
A different way to look at your problem is that your client software
could be serving you better. As Patrik and Vint have pointed out,
the signature is within the protocol specs. The software on your end
could be smarter and know what to do with signatures when they
arrive. Complain to your vendor, find another mail client or write
On Jan 31, 2008, at 7:23 AM, Vint Cerf wrote:
> i am sure you would not want Harald to do that - it would mean that
> no one could send any attachments to the list.
> Patrik's email is legitimate within the email protocols. The
> protocol is there to allow exactly for digitally signed messages.
> Presumably, Patrik's mail client is configured to automatically
> sign his mail.
> On Jan 31, 2008, at 7:09 AM, Michael Everson wrote:
>> I do hope you can manage to stop sending these out. It is just
>> junk mail. Attached here are six of them. If you don't want to
>> receive them, you can "just throw them away".
>> Perhaps Harald can set the mailing list to reject attachments.
>> Michael Everson * http://www.evertype.com<PGP 1.sig><PGP
>> 3.sig><PGP 5.sig><PGP.sig><PGP 2.sig><PGP
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