dshaw at jabberwocky.com
Sun Oct 12 09:42:39 CEST 2003
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On Sun, Oct 12, 2003 at 01:02:37PM +0800, Liangtao wrote:
> > All versions before 7 cannot handle v4 data signatures. Some versions
> > of 7 can handle them, and some can't. 8 can handle them. I should
> > update the manual about that.
> You said "8 can handle them", But I use PGP8.02 cant not verify you
> signatures .It reports "*** Status: Signing Algorithm Not Supported"
> I use pgpdump shows that your signatures is "Ver 4 - new".
> Can not PGP8.02 verify your signatures? If can ,how can I do?
> By the way ,of course I can verify you signatures with GnuPG 1.2.3.
That's a different problem in PGP 8. It can't always verify
signatures made by a subkey.
The only way to get PGP 8 to verify subkey signatures is to use the
"pgpmail" interface: save the mail to a file and run it through.
Using the "current window" trick or plugins won't work.
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