[Users] [Bug 3045] New: Claws prompts for passphrase on PGP message inside text/plain MIME part
gheskett at wdtv.com
Sun Jan 5 13:25:10 CET 2014
On Sunday 05 January 2014 07:24:25 Michael Schwendt did opine:
> On Sun, 5 Jan 2014 10:43:00 +0100, Paul Rolland (مƒمƒ¼مƒ«مƒ»مƒمƒ©مƒ³)
> > > And it really decrypted the part so you could read it?
> > > Here CM reports "Couldn't decrypt: Bad passphrase".
> > Well, this is what it does, but it looks like it does also display the
> > message...
> But not the encrypted part. To decrypt the ASCII-armored part, you would
> need to enter the password from the instructions in the attached mail
What attachment? There is none.
> > At least, if I click in the "message" part of the screen on the icon
> > with the lock on it, the message is presented on the screen, clear
> > text. And it doesn't seem anything else is present in the message as
> > there is nothing else when opening it with Ctrl+U.
> It's the PGP/inline plugin that looks for these parts in normal readable
> messages. When unloading that plugin you could not decrypt such parts.
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