In the immortal words of Brad Knowles:
> 1. PGP has too large an installed base. S/MIME simply
> cannot go from zero to millions of users fast enough to overtake this
> base before the PGP target moves again.
Not even if one or more of AOL, Netscape or Qualcomm adopted it? :)
You're probably right, mind you, but it's worth remembering that
mail "standards" are kinda transient these days. Netscape's move
to IMAP4 strikes me as a relevant example...
Don't blame me -- I voted for the Unabomber!
Nathan J. Mehl -- The Left Bank Operation
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