searching for Hakan Ardo [MAILER-DAEMON@taket.barbanet.com: Undelivered Mail Returned to Sender]
This doesn't look very nasty (could be transient), but the BTS got several
of these messages so I suppose it would be better if this was known (to
Hakan, if he's reading this)...
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Subject: Bug#64214: marked as done (pinepgp: patched pinepgp to work with gpg)
Date: Thu, 15 Mar 2001 06:19:02 -0600
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and subject line pinepgp removed from Debian
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Subject: pinepgp: patched pinepgp to work with gpg
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Date: Tue, 16 May 2000 15:28:03 +0200
So here it is. I have patched pinepgp to also work with GPG. You can find
everything on http://spin.ch/~tpo/linux/pinepgp. Of course I'd be very
happy if you could include the modifications in your original scripts ;-).
Until then - thanks for your fine work and bye,
PS: I have taken care to check everything and it obviously works for me
here. I'm ready to maintain my gpg patches...
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Versions of the packages pinepgp depends on:
ii pine 4.21-1 An e-mail reader with MIME and IMAP support.
ii pgp-us 2.6.3a-7 Public key encryption system (US version)
^^^ (Provides virtual package pgp)
pgp5 Not installed or no info
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From: Martin Michlmayr <firstname.lastname@example.org>
To: email@example.com, firstname.lastname@example.org,
Subject: pinepgp removed from Debian
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pinepgp has been removed from Debian unstable and won't be released
with the next official release of Debian, codenamed "woody".
pinepgp is dead upstream, pretty old, etc. There is another
application 'pinepgp' but it has not been packaged for Debian yet.
There are other packages to use Pine and PGP but I don't know their
name. If you need to know, contact me and I will try to find out.
If you have questions about this, please contact me.
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