Making mutt verify all signatures

┼smund SkjŠveland aasmunds@bzzzt.fix.no
Thu, 22 Jun 2000 13:36:02 +0200


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I use mutt 1.2 and gnupg 1.0.1 for e-mamil and encryption, respectively. I'd
like to ahve mutt verify all signed messages, not only those marked with the
mime-pgp-type. I know about the procmail scripts, but the server I read my
mail and en/decrypt my messages on uses the exim mail server, and I use an
exim mail filter to sort my mail. Is there a way I can still use the
procmail-scripts, or something equivalent?

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