On Fri, 30 Apr 2010 13:37:22 +0100, John Levine <johnl(_at_)iecc(_dot_)com>
Then the recipient has some evidence to assist in his evaluation. In
the changes made by this list are easily reversible, if someone wants to
try to reverse them and check the original signature. But he cannot do
that with a signature that has been removed.
Huh? If we could write down the changes that lists make to the mail
they send, we would have done so. My list managers have been known to
remove or reorder MIME parts and flatten HTML into text. I even run
some quaint lists where the editor hand-edits the messages. No, those
aren't "illegitimate", they're standard practice and have been for
I was referring spoecifically to the changes made to _this_ list.
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