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On 2/29/2016 12:57 PM, Paul D. Mirowsky <> wrote:
While I do plead ignorance about mail servers, software resident on the 
users machine can do what it wants.

To a point, yes...

Since PGP already exists in Thunderbird, a server is not required for 

What pray tell does PGP have to with this discussion?

Theoretically, If I'm using TB on two machines that uses a PGP tied to 
an e-mail address, both would be allowed to interact about changes to each.

Changes to *what*??

A change in the status, say a "marked as Deleted" creates a time stamped 
"STATUS" file.  This file is e-mailed and received when you go to 
another machine to get your email in Thunderbird.  Thunderbird says "You 
have received a STATUS update. Would you like to apply it? YES / NO.
This is a clue...

No, that is ... again, no offense ... some words uttered by someone
about a subject that they do not know enough about to try to discuss it.

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