will trillich wrote: > well someday i may find this fascinating, but for the moment > i'd really like to just have it percolate in 'run silent, run > deep' mode. <snipped> > now, i get more verbosity than ever (see above) but i'll have > a look to see if i can give gpg a 'shaddap' option... If you want to have gpg/mutt to *not* verify messages, you can shut it off by putting the line: set pgp_verify_sig = no in your .muttrc Or you could use: set pgp_verify_sig = ask-no to have mutt prompt you each time a signed message comes up, with the default being not to verify. If, on the other hand, you are wanting to just reduce the amount of output that gpg spits out, you might have a read-through of gpg's man page and then try tweaking the options passed to gpg via your .muttrc In particular, I believe gpg has a --quiet option that is supposed to reduce output. -- Mike Werner KA8YSD | He that is slow to believe anything and | everything is of great understanding, '91 GS500E | for belief in one false principle is the Morgantown WV | beginning of all unwisdom.
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