David M. Besonen
davidb at panix.com
Tue Nov 18 16:08:13 CET 2003
thanks for the replies Thorsten and Steven, but i need to set this up
on my isp's server which uses sendmail and procmail.
the first thing i need to accomplish is:
1. check messages for gpg signatures
2. add a new header line to the message
that will indicate whether or not it's
and if it's signed
whether or not it's signed by
someone who's public key already
exists on my ring
can anyone help me out with this?
On Tue, 18 Nov 2003 23:44:57 +0100, Thorsten Haude
<linux at thorstenhau.de> wrote:
>* David M.Besonen <davidb at panix.com> [2003-11-18 19:30]:
>>i need to automate some gnupg tasks on incoming email. does anyone
>>have any experience automating gnupg with procmail?
>You should rather have a look at Maildrop. Procmail's syntax is
>especially weird, Maildrop's is very similar to shell scripts.
On Tue, 18 Nov 2003 15:04:55 -0800, "Steven E. Harris"
<seharris at raytheon.com> wrote:
>Thorsten Haude <linux at thorstenhau.de> writes:
>> You should rather have a look at Maildrop. Procmail's syntax is
>> especially weird, Maildrop's is very similar to shell scripts.
>If you're using exim as your MTA, you can also use exim's delivery
>filters instead of procmail.¹
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