The MIT 2004 Spam Conference
Posted Jan 29, 2004 12:34 UTC (Thu) by AdamInPoland
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The other difference is that the stamp system can be setup fairly tranparently by sysadmins, thus overcoming the social barriers to implementing OpenPGP. It doesn't have to be obligatory, but stamped mail could start out by being another factor that a filtering system looks at. That way, it can very quickly become a standard.
Obviously getting everyone to use PGP is a better solution, but while we're waiting for a solution to that one, stamping to me seems like a big part of the answer.
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