Kontact Singature Validation Issue

Ingo Klöcker kloecker at kde.org
Fri Apr 18 00:00:05 CEST 2008

On Wednesday 16 April 2008, Johannes Graumann wrote:
> Hi all,
> I have an issue with mail signatures in my mail setup and want to ask
> whether anybody has experienced something similar and/or where to
> look for a solution.
> I standardly MIME-sign my mail using kontact, the kde PIM.

I think it would make more sense to discuss this on the 
kdepim-users(@kde.org) mailing list. But anyway...

> Everything 
> works fine and the sent mails in the "sent mail" folder validate just
> fine. However, mail I send to myself - no matter through which of a
> number of smtp servers at my disposal - fail the signature test after
> arrival. Might be one element of my overly-elaborate mail collection
> scheme is to blame? It looks like so:
> 1. A number of mail accounts all forewarding to a gmail account
> 2. fetchmail imap-pulling the messages from the gmail account and
> inserting it into a local kolab installation
> 3. kontact imap-retrieves the mail from kolab.

What happens if you access the GMail account directly with Kontact 
leaving out 2 and 3?

Did you compare the sent message with the received message to find out 
what exactly breaks the signature?

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