At 10:49 AM 4/23/96 -0400, mulligaj wrote:
>I really don't believe that although PGP is the best solution in theory, it
>is the least viable of all solutions. Although the use of PGP may seem easy
>to most of the users of this mailing list, it is not the case for the
>And without an interface that automatically signs the mail
And there is the long term solution - Develop an E-mail user interface that
automatically recognizes certain types of authentication/encryption and
automatically applys YOUR signature to outbound messages. Include a nice
GUI interface, lots of user options for defaulting to siganture vs.
encryption on outbound, etc. And have it available on many platforms.
Sounds like a good school project, after all, that's how Mosaic got started.
>I think the following methods have been suggested so far:
>2) Front end to sendmail that uses timeouts (perl?)
I think if you're looking for key stroke timing and rules for identifying a
human vs. system doing the sending then you'll probably have to modify the
program. I doubt perl would be fast enough, though I don't really know.
>11) It is not possible.
until someone does it.
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