Ben McGinnes ben at
Sun Mar 20 19:38:37 CET 2011

On 21/03/11 5:11 AM, Jonathan Ely wrote:
> The attached .asc file causes problems? I have disabled that but
> still enabled the header. Why would the .asc attachment option be
> there if it causes problems?

The .asc file is the GPG signature and does not cause problems.  The
signature that is referred to is the "confidentiality notice" that is
appended to your email.  Presumably it is appended by your MUA or
GMail *after* the rest of your message is signed and thus the "bad
signature" message indicates your email has been modified (which it
has, by a disclaimer which everyone will ignore and not feel bound


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