On Thursday 28 May 2015 08:34:40 Raphael Hertzog wrote: > Assuming you sent your mail to email@example.com (and > it looks like so given the mail you attached), then you can contact > listmasters (firstname.lastname@example.org in copy) to find out why the mail > did not get through. Their advice is usually to resend the mail with an > inline PGP signature (i.e. without MIME encoding). Enigmail for instance > is known to generate problematic PGP/MIME... > > (I use mutt with PGP/MIME without problem that said) Yes, the mail was send to debian-lts-announce@ but I've copied the address for the reply from your mail. I've now switched to inline PGP for the mail and it seems to have worked. I would guess that kmail2 + PGP/MIME creates similar problems for the mailing list server. Good to know that I have either use mutt or switch to inline PGP - and that the mailing list server will not create any error reply in case the mail was rejected for that reason. Thanks for all the help. Kind regards, Sven
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