Agreed: PGP (et. al.) is definately the answer, not server-to-server
encryption.  However, properly authenticated DNS (or an evolution
thereof) and resulting authenticated (S/Q)MTP sessions would be a leap
forward as well.


> The problem with your solution is that server to server encryption
> does not stop government and big corporations from looking at your
> mail on the mail server after it has arrived. Ask any system admin
> how hard it is to scan /var/mail or a users home directory. Answer,
> it's trivial.

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