Re: ISPs offering ssl-encrypted e-mail?
By the way,
I still don't understand how to handle with mutt the mails that have been pgp signed with kmail.
On Fri, Feb 02, 2001 at 07:03:39PM +0100, A . L . Meyers wrote:
> -----BEGIN PGP SIGNED MESSAGE-----
> Dear fellow Debianites,
> People talk a lot about security on the net but my efforts to find an ISP
> offering e. g. ssl-encrpypted e-mail services have been met by dismal
> responses to date, even in the country with the thickest computer population
> (ratio computers / humans) in the world: Switzerland.
> Even with "big, professional" ISPs, it was rare among "technical" staff to
> find someone who even understood the question. One comment was: "Even if
> it's encrpyted to here, how should we do the rest of the route?"
> Since more than 95 % of the users I know do not use pgp or gpg, will e-mail
> privacy on the web remain wishful thinking?
> Any suggestions?
> Best regards,
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