Thu, 31 Aug 2000 15:48:40 +0200
Please fix your (non-existant) line-wrapping. Max. 70 chars per line.
On Thu, Aug 31, 2000 at 06:54:17AM -0600, misans wrote:
> PGP email from Linux users arrives in two file attachments -- an
> .asc file and an "ATT000#" .dat file. In one case, the .dat file
> contained the encrypted message, in another, the signature, which
> my PGP program calls a "bad signature". Can anyone explain what
> this ATT .dat file is about? Thanks. email@example.com.
It's Outlook's dumb interpretation of a correct PGP/MIME standards-
compliant PGP signed/encrypted mail. They STILL don't support that.
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