On Tue, 22 Apr 1997, Matt Wallace wrote:
> I was replying to Rick Romkey's skepticism that virus scanning of mail is
> pointless. But the vast majority of users that I know of don't even know
> what PGP is still, let alone us it. No virus scanning will ever be able
> to deal with encryption without being able to descrypt, obviously, and
> that is unacceptable.
And with Notes and it's point and click encryption built in, few folks
these days need to know about the underworkings of PGP or any of it's
cousins. It's not too far off that most mail agents will have point and
click encryption buttons marring the screen...
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