MIME or inline signature ?

Stephan Beck stebe at mailbox.org
Sun Feb 15 17:31:46 CET 2015

Hi, Hauke,

Am 15.02.2015 um 17:04 schrieb Hauke Laging:
> Am So 15.02.2015, 16:12:01 schrieb Stephan Beck:
>> X-GPG-Key-ID: 0xBA4909B78F04DE1B
>> X-GPG-Key:
>> http://wwwkeys.pgp.net/pks/lookup?search=0xBA4909B78F04DE1B&op=index
>> X-GPG-Fingerprint: 9983 DCA1 1FAC 8DA7 653A  F9AA BA49 09B7 8F04 DE1B
>> Obviously, it indicates a key ID 0xBA4909B78F04DE1B and links to a key
>> that is not the key the message was signed with (which is
>> DE2FFC869AFA5165, according to Enigmail/gpg)
> 0xDE2FFC869AFA5165 is a subkey of 0xBA4909B78F04DE1B. Of course, when 
> pointing at a certificate you address it by its mainkey.

OK, I have checked it in the Key Properties window.
From within the Inbox window a click on Display Key Properties gave no result.

Sorry, Xavier and all list members for much "ado about nothing"! :-(

Terribly sorry


I think I got to book that training course of Hauke ;-)

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