Bad signature - SOLVED

Gustavo Vasconcelos gustavo.hlv@gmx.net
Thu Dec 12 03:25:01 2002


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One hand washes the other.

Thank you Fabian. One of my offending messages is still a mistery to me.
It simply gone currupt. I am pretty sure the "÷" character in Ingo's
name is to blame. It is corrupted in my sent itens.

But others were sent as us-ascii. I'll double check before posting any
messages.

[]'s
Gustavo

P.S.: PGP-Basics@yahoogroups is a mailing list where you can have your
sig checked by other members. PGP-Basics-OT@yahoogroups allow
attachments, so PGP/MIME messages can be checked there.

Toxik - Fabian Rodriguez wrote:

| Interesting...
|
| First of all congrats to Ingl÷ for pointing out this (new) problem.
|
| Thanks to Gustavo for reminding us of Outlook "features" - he was
| right. This time it's my fault -entirely :) In your case, Gustavo, I
| think you use extended chars in your messages but they seem encoded
| OK... I also have bad signatures on your messages to the list,
| Gustavo.




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Gustavo Vasconcelos
OpenPGP Key ID: 0xFF006747


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