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Re: Mutt/gnupg


On 11 Dec 2000, Eduardo Gargiulo <egargiulo@netscape.net> wrote:
> I'm new using mutt. 
> I want to send my messeges clear signed, but I can't. 
> I'm using gnupg, and I put in my .muttrc 
> set pgp_sign_command="gpg --clearsign"
> but the signature is attached in binary format. How can I sign my messages in ASCII from mutt?

Try in your ~/.muttrc the line 

macro compose \es "Fgpg --clearsign --local-user $YOURKEYID" 

to bind ESC-s to make a clear text signature. $YOURKEYID should be set
to your key id string of course.



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