"Press any key to see message: e..."
I have a strange problem whilst reading the debian-user
mailing lists with my mail reader Elm 2.4 PL25 and
Below is an example of my "inbox" -
M 1 Apr 18 debian-user-digest (725) debian-user-digest Digest V97 #126
P 2 Apr 17 debian-user-digest (826) debian-user-digest Digest V97 #125
P 3 Apr 17 debian-user-digest (909) debian-user-digest Digest V97 #124
The first message is recognised as mime coded message,
and is displayed accordingly. The headers of the mail messages
not displayed for some reason which I find a bit annoying
but I can live with it.
The next messages, marked with a "P" produce the following error when opened-
Press any key to see message: e, and can't access the PGP keyring
...so then I go ahead and press a key, and the message source is
displayed. Yes, it does sound like a configuration problem, but can
someone tell me why about 50% of the debian-user-digests are marked "M"
and the rest are "P" and sometimes "S"? I can't see any pattern, I
would expect them to be all one or the other.
Thanks in advance
-Shane D. McAndrew
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