Thu Apr 5 03:16:01 2001
They are probably using gpg incorrectly (not providing the -t option).
On Wed, 4 Apr 2001, Nick Andriash wrote:
> -----BEGIN PGPENVELOPE PROCESSED MESSAGE-----
> When I decrypt encrypted mail from friends who use GnuPG, it shows up in
> the text viewer with no wrapping at all. There is just one very long line,
> with thick vertical lines where reasonable line breaks might have been.
> In order to read the message, I must copy/paste it into a composition
> window after which the wrapping is reasonable.
> Does anyone know what causes this?
> -=N.J. Andriash | Vancouver, B.C. Canada=-
> [ TB! v1.52 Beta 1 | Win 98 SE 4.10 2222 A ]
> [ GnuPG v1.0.4-1 (MingW32) | Key ID: 0x7BA3FDCE ]
> -----BEGIN PGPENVELOPE INFORMATION-----
> Version: GnuPG v1.0.4-1 (MingW32) - GnuPGshell v1.60
> Comment: Join PGP-Basics: PGP-Basicsfirstname.lastname@example.org
> gpg: Signature made Wed Apr 4 17:58:53 2001 PDT using DSA key ID 7BA3FDCE
> gpg: Good signature from "Nick Andriash <email@example.com>"
> gpg: WARNING: This key is not certified with a trusted signature!
> gpg: There is no indication that the signature belongs to the owner.
> gpg: Fingerprint: 5504 FA80 123A 1733 950D 2238 C502 8474 7BA3 FDCE
> pgpenvelope_decrypt: Message processed at Wed Apr 4 18:10:47 2001
> -----END PGPENVELOPE INFORMATION-----
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