Subject: RE: Software architecture matters
From: "Anderson, Kelly" <KAnderson@dentrix.com>
Date: Mon, 11 Sep 2006 08:34:51 -0600

 Mon, 11 Sep 2006 08:34:51 -0600
Part of the reason that strong id type approaches are not widely used is
because nearly every email client out there doesn't support it in a way
that is accessible to mere mortals.

Better email clients could do a lot to combat spam.

-Kelly 

-----Original Message-----
From: stephen@xemacs.org [mailto:stephen@xemacs.org] 

I'm not sure why digital signatures are so uncommon.  They would
basically eliminate false positives for known correspondents in spam
filtering, which would be a big plus.







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