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I hate to say this, but this is the kind of thing NSA shills say: Point
out some magnificent foobar that certainly will not be deployed, focus
on it, and hope that nothing merely good will get traction.
It seems to me quite a leap of faith to believe that people who don't
use S/MIME or PGP would or could persuade all the intermediate MTA
operators that might handle their mail to implement an extension that
doesn't even exist yet.
Anyone who wants to do opportunistic STARTTLS can do so right now, but
the fraction who do appears no greater than the fraction of users who
use PGP or S/MIME.
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