Re: email signatures
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"Monique Y. Herman" <email@example.com> writes:
> On 2004-03-25, Matthew Joyce penned:
>> what the polite way off appending a largish sig or disclaimer to an
>> email, is it '--' before the appendage ?
> The polite way to do it is not at all. I've yet to see a huge honkin'
> signature that was actually necessary/productive.
Legal disclaimers are legally questionable: If an email is only
intended for one person, then it should be encrypted with PGP, *NOT*
postpended with some big block of legalese. Criminals don't care
about the law (duh!).
> The convention is actually '-- '; I'm not clear if there must be a
> newline thereafter.
Yes. All text should end with newline EOF anyway.
.''`. Paul Johnson <firstname.lastname@example.org>
: :' :
`. `'` proud Debian admin and user
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