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Re: per-person SMTP client



also sprach Mark Ferlatte <ferlatte@cryptio.net> [2005.01.26.2346 +0100]:
> It sounds like you're set up for a serious failure if you are
> expected to admin machines that you can't access...

such is corporate life. it's often far from ideal.

> If you don't want to setup a full CA (and I agree, openssl isn't
> the whole thing), have you considered cacert.org?  They issue free
> certs from their CA, and assuming you're willing to trust them
> (which I would for relaying purposes), they seem to handle the
> gnarly bits.

interesting pointer. thanks.

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