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From: onedo at gmx.net (onedo@....net)
Subject: a PGP signed mail? Has to be spam!

Hi everyone

I had to notice something today that really disturbed me. A friend of 
mine(working for a very big company) complained, that she doesn't get any 
mails from me anymore. It turned out, that apparently my mails went straight 
into the spam filter, as I signed everyone of them. When I sent unsigned 
mails, she got them. What do we learn? Crypto is bad m'kay?
But for real, does that mean that we won't be able to sign any mails anymore 
soon, due to the spam problem(and stupid admins)?
'EGovernment' is the big word everywhere nowadays. The electronic signature is 
mentioned as a way to ensure the credidibility of sender and receiver. Now 
what?
Guys(and girls), the situation sucks. What do you think? And, most important 
of all, do you see any way to fight this behaviour? Because honestly, I 
don't. 
Greets

$me


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