Re: GPG signatures and list mail
From: Alexander Dalloz (alexander.dalloz_at_uni-bielefeld.de)
Date: Wed, 31 Mar 2004 19:01:34 +0200 To: For users of Fedora Core releases <email@example.com>
Am Mi, den 31.03.2004 schrieb Randy Kelsoe um 18:19:
> I'm using Mozilla ThunderBird, and not seeing any problems with your
> signature. I noticed you don't always digitally sign your messages, though.
That is right. I once started to GPG sign list mails, then noticed that
I did not really can control the cases where mailman as the list manager
program destroyed the whole signed message and makes it unreadable.
Lately I recognized that a new mailman handles GPG signed messages
different: in Evolution I see a thin horizontal line between the
signature icon and the list footer. So I thought that issue was fixed
and I started again to sign my messages. Though, it was not fixed and I
had to resend messages unsigned because the first message was destroyed.
Some mail I send unsigned even the first time when I think it might be a
candidate for the mailman bug.
P.S. I send this one unsigned because I would like to get as much
feedback to this topic as possible
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