GnuPG (GPGME) & Sylpheed ?
Wed Jan 23 18:22:01 2002
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On Wed, 23 Jan 2002 15:14:25 +0100
Rob <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
> hi all,
> in my search for the perfect Linux mailer - which is quite hard, after
> using TheBat! in mickeysoft's OS :) - i'm having a look at Sylpheed. i
> compiled it with GPGME and did some tests with my own accounts ; it
> seems to work well, but it doesn't check (or show) the signatures in
> this mailing list ?! anybody else here using this combo who can give me
> a hint ??
Perhaps you should amend that to the perfect Linux GUI mailer to keep the
Mutt Maniacs at bay
Sylpheed support for GnuPG is still under hot debate and very beta. Check
out the Sylpheed and Sylpheed-Claws mailing lists to get into the action.
Currently, the GPG support is limited to PGP/MIME encryption and
decryption. Plain Text ASCII encryption and decryption needs to be handled
outside of the Sylpheed program. I have also had some problems verifing
some signatures from some mailers, but I have not been able to pin down
the exact cause. However I was able to verify the MIME signature on Ken
Wahl's rely to you with no
BillT@Mahagonny.com - PGP KeyID#: 0xFB966670
"Crappy old OSes have value in the basically negative sense that
changing to new ones makes us wish we'd never been born."
-Neal Stephenson 1999
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