practical compatibility GnuPG/PGP
Fri May 17 13:15:02 2002
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=2E..and then Jeroen Valcke said...
% On Wed, May 15, 2002 at 05:27:31PM +0200, Jeroen Valcke wrote:
% > However my mailclient mutt doesn't seem to recognize the message as an
% I just discovered this on the mutt site.
% Q: "People are sending PGP messages which mutt doesn't
% recognize. What can I do?"
% The new way is to leave headers alone and use mutt's
% check-traditional-pgp function, which can detect PGP messages at
% run-time, and adjust content-types.
Right. Folks used to use procmail to tweak the headers, but that isn't
% But I find no further reference for this 'check-traditional-pgp'
% function. What is it? Where must I specify it?
RTFM, grasshopper :-)
% Actually just realized this might be off-topic since it is purely a mutt
% thing. Sorry
It is; see my other reply for full details.
HTH & HAND
% Jeroen Valcke firstname.lastname@example.org =20
I find it interesting that when I reply to your message it simply puts up
your address, without your full name, and silently drops the gnupg-users
list from the recipients. What are you doing? :-) I can't see anything
in your headers that would cause such behavior and I'm confused...
David T-G * It's easier to fight for one's principles
(play) email@example.com * than to live up to them. -- fortune cookie
http://www.justpickone.org/davidtg/ Shpx gur Pbzzhavpngvbaf Qrprapl Npg!
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