smtp and gpg-signature?
the_frozen at cs-el.no-ip.com
Wed Jan 21 13:21:33 CET 2004
Adrian 'Dagurashibanipal' von Bidder wrote:
>I recommend you read the RFC (3156 in this case), which should explain
>Basically, you sign from the first line of the MIME part headers until the
>last line of the body of the MIME part to be signed. Also, as Anthony has
>mentioned, you have to use 'DOS style' line endings (\r\n) and not the
>(unix-style) '\n' line endings.
>Try to verify a few emails by hand (using the shell and commandline gpg), if
>you manage it, you will have understood how it works. (Oh, and if you try to
>verify my emails: my key is 92082481 - automatically retrieving it at
>signature verification does not work).
Thanks! It was that RFC 3156 that helped me out! It's running now!
Thanks to everybody else to!
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