In message <1060208020841(_dot_)ZM2106(_at_)candle(_dot_)brasslantern(_dot_)com>, Bart Schaefer
} Thinking about this for some time: Apparently receivers
} "see" what's a "good mail" without asking third parties,
AIUI, the receiver just has to compare the message content
to the crypto in the header. Proprietary software supplied
by Goodmail is necessary at both sender and receiver sites,
so you must own a brand-name MTA that has partnered with
Here's an alternative perspective on the problem
Craig Cockburn ("coburn"). http://www.SiliconGlen.com/
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