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Adam Piggott wrote:
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> Roy Schestowitz wrote:
>> I will just have to add that on the contrary:
>> a) Clients who do not have PGP will not appreciate it.
> Tough. All my outgoing email is signed. If any of my clients don't
> "appreciate" it then they can either put up with it or go elsewhere, with
> respect. If they are running a business, they should be using PGP for
> their outgoing email and be able to verify PGP signatures.
This discussion is important to me because I use the exact same arguments as
Since I work under the supervision of people, I need to be careful not to
upset them. And, yes, I have explained time and time again how easy it is
to fake a message and how serious the consequences can be. I have seen
hoaxes, trust me.
Oddly enough, many people think that a 4-liner of text with the name of the
department and contact details are genuine and reliable.
>> b) Clutter will be added to messages.
> It's not clutter, it's a digital signature that proves the email has been
> sent by me and hasn't been altered. I run a professional business and
> consider officially signing my email, postal mail and other communication
> a requirement.
>> c) Your E-mail will arouse more suspicion from the 'watchers'.
> Maybe *I'm* a watcher ;-)
Good luck with that.
Roy S. Schestowitz
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