Mon, 13 Mar 2000 17:34:43 -0800 (PST)
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Speaking of Mutt, does anyone have instructions on how to turn off the
God-awful PGP/MIME in Mutt? The Mutt developers have somehow become
convinced that PGP/MIME is a good thing, and give no instructions on how
to disable it.
On Sat, 11 Mar 2000, Michal Hajek wrote:
> Hello all,
> I am using mutt 1.0.pre3i and gpg 1.0.0.
> could anyone please tell me, how to store passphrase in memory, so I do
> not need to type it every time I send a signed email ?
> I have disabled core files (ulimit -c 0) and in my .muttrc I have:
> set pgp_timeout=43200
> ,but this doesn't work. Gpg still asks me to type passprase even if I
> send an email and another one in one minute. I need to type passphrase
> two times :(
> Thank you for any tips
> best regards
> Michal Hajek
System Administrator | "All of the chaos
Technology Consultant | Makes perfect sense..."
icq.. 10735603 |
pgp.. finger://ns.quickie.net/rabbi | --Joe Diffie
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