passphrase in memory, how ?
Sat, 11 Mar 2000 13:47:35 +0100
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Hello, thank you for promt reply, :)
My problem is little bit weird, since, I have tried=20
set pgp_timeout=3D something
where something was about 3600 (not quite sure about the exact value)
but, as far as I know the number means how meny seconds the passphrase
will be stored in memory. 3600 means that I do not need to write again
my passphrase for 1 hour. ok ?
I would like to have passphrase in memory for consederable longer time,
say a day or even without any limit.
That is why I tried=20
set pgp_timeout=3D43200, which is 12 hours.
So where is the problem ?=20
The problem arised after I tried this bigger value.=20
After I restarted mutt, I have to type passphrase every time, doesn't
matter when I wrote last email.
My pgp section in .muttrc is:
#### PGP stuff
set nopgp_replysign =20
set pgp_timeout=3D43200 =20
Best regards =20
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Version: GnuPG v1.0.0 (GNU/Linux)
Comment: For info see http://www.gnupg.org
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