How to process a big file of encrypted mails?
dougb at dougbarton.us
Wed Dec 29 20:28:24 CET 2010
On 12/29/2010 09:10, freejack at is-not-my.name wrote:
> Occasionally I get a big file of encrypted emails with mail headers
> stripped out. All thats in the file is the begin and end PGP marks and all
> the encrypted armored text in between. Some are encrypted to me, others to
> my coworkers. Sometimes if I do gpg filename it finds all my mails and asks
> for my password etc sometimes it doesn't. Is there anyway to tell gpg to
> keep processing the entire file all the way until the end? Each of us in
> the team will need to do the same thing to get his own emails. I didn't see
> any option for gpg to carry on till it processes the entire file.
I think you're right about that.
> Someone said we should write a script to parse all the messages into
> individual files and then do gpg on each one and that's what i'll do if
> there isn't a way to get gpg to scan the whole file.
Yes, that's likely your only alternative. If you're on a Unix'y system I
suggest looking at split, which might be spelt "csplit" if you're on Linux.
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