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Sat Nov 8 14:14:40 CET 2003
On Saturday 08 Nov 2003 1:16 am, Carl William Spitzer IV wrote:
> I have tried signing messages with evolution it seems it attached the
> signature not inline.
You mean Evolution is attaching the GnuPG signature as S/MIME (just as this
one is S/MIME via KMail) - I'm afraid last time it was discussed, Evolution
deemed this unworthy of fixing and you're stuck with S/MIME if you continue
to use Evolution. The alternatives are Mozilla+Enigmail, KMail or Mutt. (I
think Mutt does inline - can someone please verify?)
Mozilla Mail with the Enigmail plugin defaults to sending inline but can
KMail (without plugin) defaults to inline but can't verify S/MIME without the
plugin. Once the plugin is installed, S/MIME becomes the send default but
individual messages can be set to inline.
> This is a problem for PGP people. How can I switch over what config
> file do I need change.
You can't change Evolution to send inline.
> Evolution 1.2.3 to be upgraded later.
Sorry. Won't do any good for this problem.
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