decrypting multipart/mixed messages
Wed Jan 8 00:01:01 2003
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Davide Cavallari wrote:
> Sorry if this is OT, however I don't know where to ask this.
If you really want to talk to mutt experts, try the mutt-users list. See
http://www.mutt.org/#discuss for details.
> How can I decrypt a message directly in mutt, if its Content-Type header
> is multipart/mixed?
You might want to upgrade to mutt 1.4 and stop using the old procmail header
munging method. In mutt 1.4 there is a check-traditional-pgp function
(bound to <ESC>-P by default) that will parse a message for pgp content and
decrypt/verify it if needed. This works even on multipart/mixed messages
(most of the ones I've tested at least).
Todd OpenPGP -> KeyID: 0xD654075A | URL: www.pobox.com/~tmz
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