Re: gnupg signing
On Fri, Jul 28, 2000 at 10:08:45AM -0700, J C Lawrence typed:
} On Fri, 28 Jul 2000 23:34:41 +0800
} Peter Crystal <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
} >> > You should have a look at mutt. It handles gpg signing etc.
} >> Why bother? Mutt is so terribly inflexible compared to MH.
I'm a bit out of the loop, but that statment is like saying that
Netscape is so terribly inflexible compared to XML. Mutt is a
MUA and can read mh boxes as well as the typical unix mailbox format.
} MH provides a base set of very low level mail handling tools,
} essentially mail primitives, and then a set of configuration files
} which they share, while only just barely (and arguably not at all),
} defining a framwork for those tools to operate in. You can build
} absolutely anything you want out from there.
Which is nice, but there exist Perl modules -- heck, maybe libraries
:) -- to deal with typical mailbox format. And then you can build
anything. But yes; mh in a sense already has everything conveniently
laid out as little tools, in the unix mindset.
An Thi-Nguyen Le
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