Future of GnuPG 1.x.x?
mkaysi at users.sourceforge.net
Sun Aug 5 09:15:13 CEST 2012
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On 04.08.2012 22:26, Sin Trenton wrote:
> The reason I ask is I have tried 2.x and even with various utf-8
> settings, signed mail fail verification approx 50% of the time for
> others as my client does with theirs. English works fine, but it
> seems mail containing Swedish/Danish/Czech letters (æ, ø, å, ä, ?,
> ?, ?, etc) get mucked up.
Have you set the charset to use in Thunderbird? "charset UTF-8" in
gpg.conf doesn't affect emails, which you send, but I am still using
it in addition to Icedove charset.
Edit --> Preferences --> Display --> Advanced (on right of Default
font) --> Character encodings. Set both outgoing and incoming to UTF-8
and select "When possible, use the default character encoding in replies".
I am using Icedove (Debian version of Thunderbird) and as far as I can
know, my emails can be verified and they are written with UTF-8. Also
my ÄÖÅ should work (they are also Finnish chars, not only
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Version: GnuPG v2.0.19 (GNU/Linux)
Comment: Public key: http://mkaysi.github.com/PGP/key.txt
Comment: gpg --keyserver pool.sks-keyservers.net --recv-keys 0x82A46728
Comment: Fingerprint = 24BC 1573 B8EE D666 D10A AA65 4DB5 3CFE 82A4 6728
Comment: Why do I (clear)sign emails? http://git.io/6FLzWg
Comment: Please remove PGP lines in replies. http://git.io/nvHrDg
Comment: Charset of this message should be UTF-8.
Comment: Using GnuPG with Mozilla - http://enigmail.mozdev.org/
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