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On Sun, 16 Jul 2017 08:33:46 +0000, Fritz Wuehler wrote in
> Suppose someone wants to post something anonymously for which they
> need the option to later take credit for the post. The obvious
> approach would be to sign the content with an unidentified key. At
> the authors will, the key could later be made publically known or
> Mixmaster threatens that use case. It strips off PGP clear sigs.
> WTF? This is an abuse. Senders who clearsign something know what
> they're doing and what they need. They don't need a nanny.
Mixmaster doesn't add or strip anything from the message payload.
> Also, when a message contains a line in the text of the body where the
> line begins with the word "From", mixmaster should not be quoting it.
Please can you post an example of this behaviour to a test group? I'd
like to check it out.
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