On Wed, 15 Dec 2004 03:24:07 -0300, Eduardo M. Bragatto
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> Charles Sprickman wrote:
> I don't really care if some user has his mail sniffed (if he thinks
> it's confidential, he should be responsible for encrypting it, so even
> when it's written to the storage system the message would still be
> encrypted). But I do care if some spammer sniffs him and starts getting
> relay to do spam trough my smtpd (smtp-auth).
I'm not sure, but I think that the only thing that's encrypted is the
login data. Or am I wrong?
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