1993-11-02 - Re: Z

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From: kwaldman <kwaldman@BBN.COM>
To: thomas.hughes@chrysalis.org
Message Hash: 2361349aa12c8672d6eccd74cbebdc8bb577194168fa3138893bc78384c1b61f
Message ID: <9311022108.AA26311@toad.com>
Reply To: <9311021301.A4036wk@chrysalis.org>
UTC Datetime: 1993-11-02 21:10:01 UTC
Raw Date: Tue, 2 Nov 93 13:10:01 PST

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From: kwaldman <kwaldman@BBN.COM>
Date: Tue, 2 Nov 93 13:10:01 PST
To: thomas.hughes@chrysalis.org
Subject: Re: Z
In-Reply-To: <9311021301.A4036wk@chrysalis.org>
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>From: thomas.hughes@chrysalis.org
>Date: Tue, 02 Nov 93 13:01:08 
>Subject: Z
>To: cypherpunks@toad.com
>wild and crazy ideas for the remailers:
>o  some fabulous code writer needs to hack up a copy of PGP so that it will
>   allow/force a batch-mode operation and not stop and wait for input from
>   the "user" if the message fed into it uses an unknown key or something
>   else happens that causes PGP to pause/stop/halt/quit/die.
>       " ::            "
>   the " PGP-ENCRYPTED "  line could be done away with all together.
>   if the message fed through the PGP.batch.version returns a plaintext,
>   use the plaintext; if not, try to process the original message.
	At least on version 2.2 you could set BATCHMODE=TRUE in pgp.c


Karl M. Waldman              kwaldman@bbn.com  
BBN Systems and Technologies