Are gpg signatures considered attachments?
cpollock at earthlink.net
Sun Dec 25 20:29:13 CET 2005
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On Sunday 25 December 2005 11:54 am, Thorsten Haude wrote:
> * Chris wrote (2005-12-25 17:22):
> >I know that is probably a lame question, however, I'm on several mailing
> >lists that are bouncing my messages back to me because they are signed.
> > The list owners are telling me this is because they don't allow
> > attachments.
> Mutt adds a 'Content-Disposition: inline' to the MIME part containing
> the signature. This seems to work, I don't remember any bouncing
> mails. (Pipermail has a problem with signed attachments though.)
Thanks Thorsten. It was pointed out to me that my signatures had been added
as attachments which was causing the bounces. When I changed to 'inline'
the problem went away. Kmail however shows 'Inline OpenPGP (deprecated)'
not exactly why it shows that, but its the option I'm now using.
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