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On 2020-11-18 2:40 p.m., Francisco Olarte wrote:
> Soni:
> On Wed, Nov 18, 2020 at 6:32 PM Soni "They/Them" L. <> wrote:
> > gsuite can receive emails with external links.
> > gsuite can be configured to turn said links into MITM links.
> > gsuite can add "EXTERNAL SENDER" to subject lines.
> >
> > when drafting replies, the reply will be sent with gsuite's MITM and
> > EXTERNAL SENDER subject lines, unless the user manually replaces them to
> > their original form.
> Ok, I understand. I use gsuite ( It has a banner as such on TRC ), but
> seems I have not bothered to make those changes.
> > PGP prevents gsuite from doing those, so the user wouldn't have to
> > manually replace anything.
> Correct me if I'm wrong, but if you are using Gsuite by choice you can
> configure it to not do it. And if it is given to you by our employer,
> as is my case, it does not seem to right to bypass the way he has
> configured it to work ( so, if you use lua-l for work just leave it as
> is, if you use it personally just use another mauil service to
> subscribe ).
> I do not think PGP is going to do any good for that. But I'm not too
> familiar using it with mail, so as long as it is optional, no problem
> with it. But, as somebody pointed out, public mailing lists are a
> problem. I just assume anyone can post anything and read everything
> and just go ahead.

It is not about who can read it, but about who can modify it.

And yes, PGP is optional.

> FOS.
> >
> > >
> > >
> > > Francisco Olarte.