Re: this list archive spoils e-mails + strange Enigmail typos
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On 2011-05-06 18:52, Stanisław Findeisen wrote:
> On 2011-05-06 12:18, Stanisław Findeisen wrote:
>> Heh, that's what this question is about. :-)
>> Restricting certain privileges (like su root) to certain users only
>> looks more secure than letting everyone do it... Is there any particular
>> reason Debian GNU/Linux is so permissive by default?
>> Eisenbits - proven software solutions: http://www.eisenbits.com/
>> OpenPGP: E3D9 C030 88F5 D254 434C 6683 17DD 22A0 8A3B 5CC0
> This e-mail has quoted Henrique's text (check the message source!), but
> here: http://lists.debian.org/debian-devel/2011/05/msg00369.html it is
> cut out. It also doesn't display in my Icedove 22.214.171.124.
> I also have no idea where did those "=20" (there are 2) come from. I was
> typing gnupg private key password to sign the message (with Enigmail
> OpenPGP 0.95.0), but typed it incorrectly at the first time.
> What is it??
> It is also the first time that I noticed that people's e-mail addresses
> are just plain mailto:s on the archive page...
I had a similar problem once and it was caused by mistyping the password
in enigmail once. As I recall it would kill the first part of email
(usually the first quoted part, but not always) and cause those =20
As I recall it was fixed around the time enigmail was upgraded to work
with icedove 3.0 (so around version 2:1.0.1-1).
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