Mutt/GnuPG doc initial release
Thu Sep 27 01:10:02 2001
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On Thu, Sep 27, 2001 at 12:00:40AM +0200, Ingo Kl=F6cker wrote:
> lists. As you are using mutt (at least that's what your X-Mailer header=
> tells me) it's very likely that you are using procmail already to=20
> convert inlined signatures to PGP/MIME signatures. So why not simply=20
> remove signatures from mailing list messages.
actually if you use mutt+procmail it's best if you have procmail deliver
your mail into different folders based on mailing lists (i do it for
that and other things). then use a folder hook to set various settings.
i use a folder hook to turn off auto signatures on mailing lists that
don't allow it. one could also use a folder hook to turn off signature
honestly, a mutt user should not complain about things like this.
firstname.lastname@example.org "if you come from brooklyn you can handle just
fork()'ed on 37058400 about anything." --nyc mayor, rudolph gulliani
meatspace place: home =20
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