>> 4. The sender receives this letter, and confirms the request by mailing
>> the new email with the token random number back to the listserver.
> So what your suggesting is, for every list I wish to subscribe to, I
> have to ask twice.
> If only there were a better key distribution system in place for PGP
> keys. Then I could attach a digital signature to my request, and be
> done with it.
So what you're suggesting is, if I want to use mailing lists, I have to use
Why is this "good" and requiring that users confirm their subscription
requests "bad"? It seems to me that the latter is just as effective and
is a lot less work in the long run.
Ernie Longmire (firstname.lastname@example.org)
From: Sean Kamath <kamath@pogo.WV.TEK.COM>