Bug: Unusable key

Thomas Spuhler ThomasSpuhler at tusonix.com
Wed Feb 4 09:51:25 CET 2004

I am still trying to learn all these different signature styles. The
inline signatures normally look like this:

Start of signatures
Then text message
Then end of signatures.
But in this case, the whole signature part was at the end of the e-mail
message, where I normally have the signature icon.

The second questions Thomas, you list in plain text GPG KeyID: 114AA85C
which can be found on a public key server, but then your actual
signature on your e-mail has ID BBA8F8F5 and that one cannot be found on
a public keyserver. After downloading your signature with ID 114AA85C,
GnuPG is able to read your signature that contains ID BBA8F8F5
Why is that?
If you would not have listed it in plain text, I would never have found

On Wed, 2004-02-04 at 09:03, Thomas Sjögren wrote:
> On Wed, Feb 04, 2004 at 08:59:58AM -0700, Thomas Spuhler wrote:
> > Does anybody know why this particular key doesn't show up as a key in
> > the e-mail? (evolution, my e-mail program does not show it as a key)
> evolution doesnt support inline signatures.
> /Thomas

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