Hal Finney wrote:
There is nothing wrong with a clear-signed MIME message for email.
(Well, maybe it is harder with existing tools to save it to its own
file and verify it again later, but that could be addressed.)
Ta. I meant my task actually. Looking at the actual message before my
browser munged it, there is enough info there to handle that, with some
scripting. So it's technically possible to do, question remains whether
it is desirable (again, for this application) which means examining all
of the other factors.
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