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Re: Certificates/Anonymity/Policy/True Names
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>>>>> "wilcoxb" == Bryce Wilcox <[email protected]> writes:
>> Yes, I've been remiss. It's an old belief -- that signing is
>> expensive. Now that I'm using emacs extensions and RMAIL, it's
>> really easy -- but I still follow the old habit.
wilcoxb> I have a pretty easy-to-use set-up...
Probably not as easy as Carl's.
wilcoxb> Not to seem picky or anything, but now that I have a
wilcoxb> clearsigned message from you, I need your public key in
wilcoxb> order to verify it. :-)
Assuming Carl is using Mailcrypt under Emacs (as he suggests above),
then he doesn't have the same problem. When the signature fails to
verify for lack of a key, Mailcrypt will parse the PGP output and
offer to fetch the needed key automatically (and instantly) via HTTP
to the keyservers.
But then, Emacs only runs on "ghettoized" operating systems like Unix,
VMS, OS/2, and Windows 95...
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