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Re: [vox-tech] Signing email with GnuPG
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Re: [vox-tech] Signing email with GnuPG

begin Matt Roper <matt@mattrope.com> 
> Thanks for the reply Pete.  I think my best option at this point is to
> not sign messages by default and only add a signature if the recipient
> is known to use a good email program; pretty much the inverse of your
> solution.  I'm trying to accomplish this by adding some lines like the
> following to my .muttrc:
>     send-hook . "set pgp_autosign = no"
>     send-hook "~t person1@place.com" "set pgp_autosign = yes"
>     send-hook "~t person2@place.com" "set pgp_autosign = yes"
looks ok, but i'm not sure what the ~t is for.   here's my hook:

   "set pgp_autosign=no"

whatever the ~t is doing, perhaps wierd shell interpretation is being done?
try hard-quoting the address (or remove the ~t).   see if that helps.

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