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Re: [vox] PGP and GnuPG (was: a talk suggestion)
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Re: [vox] PGP and GnuPG (was: a talk suggestion)



-----BEGIN PGP SIGNED MESSAGE-----
Hash: SHA1

KMail works fine with rggular signed messages, but doesn't handle detached 
signatures, and I don't know what options to use when piping.

On Saturday, December 22 2001 08:36 am, Henry House wrote:
> On Fri, Dec 21, 2001 at 04:19:26PM -0800, Ryan wrote:
> > -----BEGIN PGP SIGNED MESSAGE-----
> > Hash: SHA1
> >
> > Being one of the lamers that ues a gui mail client, I wish i could figure
> > out how to get kmail to verify your messages...
>
> At the very least you can manually pipe the message through 'gpg --verify'
> or 'gpg --decrypt'. Just make sure the 'BEGIN PGP' and 'END PGP' lines
> remain intact; GnuPG is pretty good at using these to find the boundaries
> of message and signature.
>
> > I would like a talk on gpg/pgp, and it would be a good opertunity to swap
> > pen-signed copies of our keys.
>
> I shall bring my key signature :-).
>
> > Of course this message is signed too, but it's messier then Pete's.
>
> Back when I used KMail, I submitted bug reports to the developers on
> KMail's non-standard handling of PGP. Evidently they never did much about
> it. (I stopped KMail because I wanted to learn a more powerful program
> [mutt] and because KMail used to  have some pretty nasty mailbox corruption
> bugs that manifested when the mailboxes grew over several megs.)
>
> Getting OT, but I have found that most GUI mail programs suck to some
> degree. Two that do not are TkRat and Sylpheed. I particularly recommend
> the latter, which has recently become quite featureful. Sylpheed is
> packages for Debian -- probably woody or sid only, but still only an
> 'apt-get source --build' away ;-). Both cope with PGP properly, though
> TkRat has not auto-sig-verify.

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Version: GnuPG v1.0.6 (GNU/Linux)
Comment: For info see http://www.gnupg.org

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