[Users] 'signing' emails
jerry at seibercom.net
Sun Jun 16 21:12:19 CEST 2013
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On Sun, 16 Jun 2013 18:28:28 +0100
Sharon Kimble articulated:
> I have set up 'Claws Mail' to use pgp by configuration > preferences
> for current account > plugins > GPG > use default GnuPG key.
> Account > privacy > PGP inline > always sign messages > always sign
> signed messages.
> Configuration > preferences > plugins > GPG > store passphrase in
> memory > expire after 0 minutes > grab input while entering
> All that should allow me to sign outgoing emails and only sign them
> *once* before it is stored in memory for future use. But its not
> happening, I'm having to sign each individual email as I’m sending it.
> How do I get it working properly please?
Is there a valid reason for using PGP "Inline" as opposed to PGP
"MIME"? "Inline" absolutely destroys the "sig delimiter", and makes
replying to a post more difficult as all of that crap should be removed
before replying to the post. With the exception of a very few extremely
old or brain dead MUAs, there isn't any real excuse for its use.
Furthermore, in those few cases, it is their problem, not yours.
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