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Re: [tor-talk] Torbirdy

This is header what i see in my sent message:

Message-ID: <54C745E2.3070400@xxxxxxxxxx>
Date: Tue, 27 Jan 2015 08:01:38 +0000
From: Formidable <formidable@xxxxxxxxxx>
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To: tor-talk@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx
Subject: Re: [tor-talk] Torbirdy
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Date is wrong, i looks like UTC, my system timezone is +9

So whats wrong with TorBirdy i cannot get.

> Why torbirdy is shit?
> Only because it leave in header system's timezone?
> spencerone@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx:
>> Cypher cypher at cpunk.us:
>>>> A few months ago, I seem to remember the general advice being not to
>>>> use Torbirdy. But I see the software was updated only a few months ago
>>>> so I assume it's in active development. Can I assume Torbirdy is safe
>>>> to use?
>>>> Thanks!
>>>> Cypher
>> Jacob Appelbaum jacob at appelbaum.net:
>>> Using TorBirdy is fine - the two time leaks are very small issues
>>> compared to using Thunderbird without TorBirdy. This is especially so
>>> for weak crypto, or a total lack of crypto, which may be possible
>>> without TorBirdy.
>>> It isn't perfect but it is a whole lot better than plain old
>>> SMTP/POP/IMAP, HTML email, etc, etc.
>>> Remember we're comparing Thunderbird without TorBirdy vs with
>>> TorBirdy: it is strictly better, even if imperfect.
>>> All the best,
>>> Jacob
>> In short, TorBirdy is the shit!
>> Wordlife,
>> SpencerOne
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