Hi folks, Recently I've been chatting with some folks about the multi-part MIME stuff that Mutt does and can't seem to figure out something... If I have auto-signatures (GPG or PGP) turned on in Mutt, it creates a multi-part MIME message to send to the recipient. Make sense. However, users of Outlook Express and some other mailers (I think Eudora also?) are complaining that instead of their mailer displaying the text and a GPG signature attachment, it's showing them TWO attachments, and no mail text when they view the message. If they open the first attachment, that's the message. The second one is the GPG signature. A couple of these folks are Windows users and they're living by the mantra of "don't open attachments from people you don't know". Sad, isn't it? :) Anyway, because the message itself comes across as an attachment, they won't open it, therefore they won't read the mail message. So my question is, for these mail programs, is there anything I can teach Mutt to do to make it easier for them to read my mail? As much as I'd like to just burst out laughing that people are that afraid of their own mail system that they won't open mail... I'll be nice. :) Any ideas, anyone? I suppose I could turn off auto-sig and be more picky about what I sign, but the folks who are complaining are on a mailing list and I definitely want to sign anything sent to a public forum... hmmm.... -- Nate Duehr <firstname.lastname@example.org> GPG Key fingerprint = DCAF 2B9D CC9B 96FA 7A6D AAF4 2D61 77C5 7ECE C1D2 Public Key available upon request, or at wwwkeys.pgp.net and others.
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