Re: Here's something interesting... (was Re: Q: List Policy)
On 11/18/08 01:19, Boyd Stephen Smith Jr. wrote:
On Monday 17 November 2008, Ron Johnson <email@example.com> wrote
about 'Here's something interesting... (was Re: Q: List Policy)':
Your email, though text, is really a quoted-printable attachment.
Tbird displays it as text, but eliminates the pgp-signature and the
Yes, that's the S/MIME standard for signed email. Well, the extra
signature at the bottom isn't, but that's not part of the message I send
the mailing list.
AFAIK, there's no List Policy against 7-bit clean mail (which requires
either UUENCODE or quoted-printable [or bans all non-ASCI characters]) or
cryptographic signatures of a reasonable (and fixed no less!) length.
That said, if the list would prefer I not sign my emails or use inline
signatures, I can change that easily.
The only issue I see with it is that each line ends with a "=20" and
that text MUAs might not filter that part out.
Also, it might (or might not...) be a Tbird bug that it doesn't show
the UNSUBSCRIBE signature.
Ron Johnson, Jr.
Jefferson LA USA
If you don't agree with me, you are worse than Hitler!!!