Tue Mar 26 09:17:01 2002
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On Tuesday 26 March 2002 06:35, Nick Andriash wrote:
> On Monday, March 25 2002 at 08:01 PM PDT, you wrote:
> > Why does everyone say my GPG signature is bad while their PGP signatu=
> > shows good? I did a decrypt/verify of one of my GPG messages with PGP
> > and it gives a bad signature also. So far, I don't see anything wrong
> > with my GPG configuration.
Upload your key to a keyserver (e.g. pgp.dtype.org), so we can check what=
> Poor wrapping by the Mail Client, i.e. wrapping of text after the messa=
> has been signed is one of the most probable causes,
No. KMail doesn't do that ;-)
> unless you use a
> WYSIWYG Editor. Also, I see this in your headers:
> Content-Transfer-Encoding: 8bit
> I'm not sure if I'm using the correct vernacular, but some Servers will=
> cause for concern if they convert the text to 7 bit. I could not check
> your signature because I could not find your Key on any of the Servers.
If the server converts 8but labelled content to 7bit, he will only do so =
the content is 7bit text only. Since 8bit and 7bit are both incarnations =
the identiy transformation, the conversion would not invalidate the sig.
Most likely Lee is missing something obvious, like confusing invalid=20
signatures with untrusted keys. Am I right here?
Marc Mutz <firstname.lastname@example.org>
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