this getting offtopic now, but
> Alas, when are we going to have real encryption in standard mailers ...
there is no need to be paranoid. It's a known sideeffect of networks
that all data are transported via several routers, computers and
whatever devices and all these data can be *easily* intercepted.
If you make it somebody very easy like using a free mail service
(everybody ever thought about how Microsoft makes money with
a FREE service and >30 million subscribers? It's the data which
flows through their system: When, who, from which location
send or received messages from who, what content, how
often, attachments, what kind of ... [you name it]. All these
combinations of data are INVALUEABLE for a company like MS) than
it's your missing knowledge about the problematics, missing
responsibility or just lazyness :)
But back to your question...since you (Jonathan) work with:
Microsoft Outlook IMO, Build 9.0.2416 (9.0.2911.0)
you can easily intergrate PGP into your standard mailer:
Now you only have to convince your friends and business partners
to do the same ;)
But let's go back to Keitai's and don't clutter this entertaining
list with other topics. Sorry Mika!
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Received on Tue Feb 27 04:52:02 2001