MIME or inline signature ?

Stephan Beck stebe at mailbox.org
Mon Feb 16 19:01:07 CET 2015

Am 16.02.2015 um 13:53 schrieb Philip Jackson:

>> What's wrong with what I am doing?
> With the expression you used, (gpg --verify signature.asc), gpg will look for a
> similarly named data file in the same directory where you saved signature.asc.
> Is that data file (the signed email) present there or is it still in your email
> client ?  Since gpg replies that 'no valid opengpg data found' it would seem
> that you saved the signature.asc file in some convenient place completely
> removed from the email concerned and gpg couldn't make the connection.
> In any case, the Beckus signed emails do check fine with good signature in my
> thunderbird/enigmail client.

Thanks, Philip, I already replied to Damien's message, but, indeed, I forgot to
copy the text into the same directory.


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