Mutt: Decrypting inline gpg format directly

Bob Holtzman holtzm at
Fri Jul 18 23:10:11 CEST 2014

On Fri, Jul 18, 2014 at 06:18:39PM +0200, The Fuzzy Whirlpool Thunderstorm wrote:
> Hello,
> I wonder if Mutt can be configured to decrypt inline pgp messages
> automatically, without piping the attachment to `gpg --decrypt`.
> I know, piping works, but it'd be more convenient to have mutt do the
> piping task and automatically display the decrypted message inside.
> If anyone has an idea or experience with Mutt, please give your answer.

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Bob Holtzman
A man is a man who will fight with a sword
or tackle Mt Everest in snow, but the bravest 
of all owns a '34 Ford and tries for 6000 in low.
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