Re: Encrypting incoming messages with GnuPG
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On 05/09/09 19:34, Dave Patterson wrote:
> * Harry Rickards <firstname.lastname@example.org> [2009-05-09 18:24:37 +0100]:
>> When piping stuff to it from the command line it works fine, but when
>> sending a test email to email@example.com I get a blank email in
>> response. I think this is because /usr/bin/gpmail is being executed as
>> the 'nobody' user (I setup a whoami script), and I've setup the GPG keys
>> for the 'mail' user. nobody can't use GPG, as it doesn't have a home
>> directory, so is there a way to change the user that Postfix pipes
>> things to with (to mail or any other user with a home directory)? Thanks
>> for all the help.
> Curious, why are you trying to do the thing with postfix? Seems like an
> overly complicated parent for the script.
I just thought it would be easier as my incoming mail gets processed
Harry Rickards (a.k.a l33tmyst)
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