Luis R. Rodriguez
mcgrof at ruslug.rutgers.edu
Wed Nov 10 21:07:36 CET 2004
On Wed, Nov 10, 2004 at 02:56:02PM -0500, Luis R. Rodriguez wrote:
> On Wed, Nov 10, 2004 at 02:25:05PM -0500, Luis R. Rodriguez wrote:
> > Hello,
> > I am writing a php mailer so users can contact me through my website and
> > I want to enable PGP/MIME messaging. I'm able to have the mailer
> > generate what seems to be a proper attachment and a proper PGP/MIME
> > e-mail but for some reason the encrypted content seems to be
> > empty all the time. If I try to decrypt the content manually it displays
> > correctly but my MUA (mutt) is displaying the content as empty. I am
> > also not getting any errrors through my MUA.
> > I'm sure I'm missing something silly here, I just can't figured it out.
> > Here is what a PGP/MIME e-mail looks like when I receive it through my
> > mailer:
> > http://mcgrof.com/pgp-mime.txt
> > And here is my source:
> > http://mcgrof.com/contact/index.phps
> > Any help would be appreciated.
> > Thanks,
> > Luis
> Well nevermind it works. What I was doing is just doing 1-line e-mail
> tests and the message was empty. The first line just seems to be truncated.
> I read the RFC but was unsure if it meant to say that we should include a
> content-type line on the encrypted message.. perhaps the answer is yes.
> Can someone verify?
OK I have verified once again that this is the case. If I e-mail myself
the following message:
1. A boy's car died
2. Eddy fears goats
3. Helen ignores Jorge
4. Kelly likes Mike
Mutt will only display lines 2-4. If I decrypt the file manually I will
get all lines. Can someone explain why?
GnuPG Key fingerprint = 113F B290 C6D2 0251 4D84 A34A 6ADD 4937 E20A 525E
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