Re: Why everyone uses envelopes but few encrypt emails?

In message <1150390118.884686.162640@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>, privacy concerned <privacyconcerned@xxxxxxxxx> writes

Mxsmanic wrote:
privacy concerned writes:

> Thank you. And added to the difficulty of convincing buyers to trust
> you, some people will fiecely defend established players and do not
> even give the new players a chance, even if the new play may have a
> better solution.

When the new player refuses to identify himself, that is to be

The new player does identify itself - on the web site and EaSecure Corporation stands behind every
statement it makes on official publications, the web site, and press

Hmm. How would _you_ know?

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Richard Herring

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