Encrypting / Signing the mail subject?
patrick at enigmail.net
Sun Feb 1 09:52:55 CET 2015
On 16.01.15 21:29, Daniel Kahn Gillmor wrote:
> Embedded Header Proposal
> Here's a counter-proposal to consider, which relies on PGP/MIME.
> PGP/MIME messages are the only reliably structured mail OpenPGP e-mail
> messages anyway .
> A normal PGP/MIME signed text/plain message structure looks like this
> (Content-Type of each part is shown) :
> A └┬╴multipart/signed
> B ├─╴text/plain
> C └─╴application/pgp-signature [signature.asc]
> I propose sending a message with an additional text/rfc822-headers  part
> injected as a sub-part in the message, like this:
> D └┬╴multipart/signed
> E ├┬╴multipart/mixed
> F │├─╴text/rfc822-headers inline [header]
> G │└─╴text/plain
> H └─╴application/pgp-signature [signature.asc]
> the text/rfc822-headers mime type is defined here:
> What do you think?
I think your proposal is a very nice idea. I will implement this in a
future version of Enigmail.
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