Why are my signatures being labelled as bad?
bob at rsmits.ca
Mon Apr 24 06:29:20 CEST 2006
On Friday 21 April 2006 02:23, Samuel ]slund wrote:
> Hi Robert,
> I would guess that by "signed" you mean clear-signed.
Yes, the body of the message is not encrypted, but I've used a KGpg signature.
> Are you using Mime or in-line signatures?
How do I tell? I don't normally use MIME if I can help it,
> Clear-signed, esp in-line, messages can suffer from email clients and
> MTA's that make "corrections" like changing character encoding or
> wrapping lines.
> On Wed, Apr 19, 2006 at 12:47:02PM -0700, Robert Smits wrote:
> > I'm trying to figure out why I can send encrypted messages to myself at
> > home from my work computer, and they come through just fine, but signed
> > messages to myself from my work computer come labeelled as having a bad
> > signature.
> > Work computer - Suse Linux 9.3 running Kmail and KGpg. Have identity set
> > to sign and encrypt with same GPG keys. Exported public address to home
> > computer.
> > Home computer Compaq laptop running Suse 10.0, also with Kmail and KGpg.
> > Imported public key from work, set it as trusted.
> > Signed files from work arrive at home with "bad" signatures. Encrypted
> > files from work arrive at home and decrypt just fine.
> > Signed files and encrypted files from home arrive at work just fine. Can
> > anyone point me in the correct direction?
> > Thanks
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