Creating a RFC3156 compliant encrypted message with Gnu PG
JPClizbe at comcast.net
Fri Feb 4 23:09:46 CET 2005
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mconahan at iotest.org wrote:
> Does anyone know how to create a RFC 3156 compliant PGP encrypted
> message with Gnu PG? I am building an app that is making use of the Gnu
> PG functionality, and I am having some trouble getting other PGP apps
> (said to be 3156 compliant) to accept it. I have read both RFC 3156 and
> 2015, and I seem to be missing something, since it isn't working.
> Does anyone know of tutorial site, or has a script that creates a RFC
> 3156 compliant message? Any help would be appreciated.
Check the source code for Enigmail or Mutt.
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