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github.com/Bitmessage/PyBitmessage/blob/44dd08a2284a5300887ae012f754dfa0d64689b8/src/class_objectProcessor.py#L595

github.com/Bitmessage/PyBitmessage/blob/master/src/class_objectProcessor.py#L595


super stealthy mode to fuck NSA real hard:

I want to disable ack packets for my bitmessage address.
I do not want it to acknowledge any messages it receives.

I want 100% plausible deniability, so I broadcast from a nuked address like :

bm6hsivrmdnxmw2f.onion/broadcast/BM-2cTaRF4nbj4ByCTH13SUMouK8nHXBLaLmS

then my post cannot be attributed to me in court even if NSA copies my messages.dat

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in keys dat, for individual ID or [chan] :

dotsendack =True

or
dontsendack = True


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dotsendack=true

in the appropriate address section.

However,

it's not suported by all clients

  so some senders may end up sending you a loop,

and you have to be online during all message TTLs,
  otherwise messages will get lost. And

you may have to wait until the next pubkey send for the effect to kick in
  for people who haven't contacted you/been contacted by you.

Peter Surda
Bitmessage core developer

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dontsendack = True

not : dotsendack = True

the typo was fixed by now