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>>>>> "JP" == John Perry <firstname.lastname@example.org> writes:
JP> No. no no.. That's MY PGP sig. As a matter of fact, I run the
JP> keyserver at jpunix.com. What I meant was the HOSTILE ADDRESS -
JP> update message.
When asking for information about an error it is common practice to
include things like the message or headers that generated the error. In
this case it looked to Jean-Henry that your signature caused the error,
thus that particular diagnosis.
In other words, "we don't know" because we don't know what caused the
error in the first place.
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Comment: Processed by Mailcrypt 3.4, an Emacs/PGP interface
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