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What I mean is that a subject you need to decrypt first is not very
usable for the purpose a subject line is commonly used, i.e. to
quickly decide what messages belong together and whether to read them.
With a slow connection and POP3 and with IMAP in general many people
just look at the subject to decide whether to retrieve the entire
message. Requiring to decrypt it first make no sense then.
I see what you mean, but from a practical point of view, how much PGP
encrypted spam have you gotten lately ?
I assume if its encrypted it might actually be worth reading ?
So, my suggestion is to use a non-sense subject line to merely help
visualizing a theread.
Sure, but if enigmail were able to permanently decrypt messages this
could still be accomplished once the message is decrypted. Problem seems
to be that mozilla/thunderbird does atm not allow them to permanently
modify the message, so it might take a while to implement that anyway.
Thanks for your help,
I will carry this to the enigmail mailing list,
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