How to verify a signed mail (silly question maybe, sorry ;)

Linux DEBIAN linuxdebian at
Wed Jul 2 19:38:41 CEST 2014

Hello all,

  now I use KMail post client where it's alla automatically checked but when I 
am on the webmail where the signing and verifying is not "built-in" supported 
and when I receive an e-mail with an attchement "signature.asc", how can I 
verify the signature, please ?

Someone asked the same question a time ago, see here :)

OS: Linux debian 3.2.0-4-686-pae #1 SMP Debian 3.2.57-3+deb7u2 i686 GNU/Linux, 

Thanks in advance for explanation for a still newbie :)

The message signed / encrypted by my public gnuPG key. Key ID: DBEB2B6A
Key fingerprint: 5935 A6BF B301 C1AA 2218 E0E5 7D58 BAE0 DBEB 2B6A
Check out the trust of the key is possible at gnuPG/PGP servers:
Search keyword:
linuxdebian at
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