Was: [lug] February talk -- Now: GNU automake/autoconf/libtool

Ed Hill ed at eh3.com
Fri Feb 1 09:14:36 MST 2002

On Fri, 2002-02-01 at 08:48, Nate Duehr wrote:
> Ed, just out of curiosity what mailer are you using?
> All of your e-mail shows up as a blank message with two attachments on M$
> mail programs... one with the text you typed and another with your PGP
> signature.
> Is that the infamous mutt PGP signature thing following the RFC's properly
> that none of the Windoze mailers seem to understand?
> Just curious...

Evolution 1.0.1 from ximain.com

I like it a lot and I recommend that you try it.  The interface will be
familiar to you since it looks a lot like exchange.

I've heard that exchange (some versions?) don't always handle the PGP
encryption and/or signing properly.  This was discussed on a different
LUG list (trilug.org) that I follow and the solution (AFAIR) was to
either use some sort of older-style PGP wrapper or to stop using the PGP
signing features.  I don't use exchange anywhere (and my collaborators
and co-workers aren't complaining) so I'm not going to test those

<ribbing type="good_natured">

And I'm certainly not going to munge my emails *to a LUG list* just to
appease your MS crap-ware.



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