shavital at mac.com
Fri Jan 21 06:25:10 CET 2005
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Using Apple's Mail.app, that with the proper modules, can verify both
clearsigned and PGP/MIME signed messages.
Your message came with both signature modes.
Both signatures were properly checked but couldn't be verified because
your public key couldn't be found on six different keyservers that both
GnuPG and PGP searched.
On Jan 20, 2005, at 9:45 PM, Erpo wrote:
> Here's a suggestion I haven't seen before: why not sign
> both ways? As a test, I'm going to clearsign this message
> with gpg before I paste it into evolution's message
> window. If it works, you can all enjoy seeing your mail
> client not be able to verify my message because I'm not
> on your keyring. Clearsign-only clients will ignore the
> "extra" meaningless attachment. PGP/MIME-only clients will
> verify the clearsigned text (including the "extra" PGP
> headers) using the attachment.
> Is there a good reason for mail clients not to do this
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Version: GnuPG v1.4.0 (Darwin)
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