Hi, * Walt Mankowski <firstname.lastname@example.org> [02-12-07 05:33]: >On Sat, Dec 07, 2002 at 05:23:53AM +0100, Thorsten Haude wrote: >> I used Mail::Audit for quite some time, but it probably has a serious >> bug which makes it impossible to verify some signed mails. > >Mail::Audit's MIME code has an annoying tendency to reformat message >bodies and thereby break GPG signatures. And, it's annoyingly turned >on by default. Fortunately it's easily turned off. Try some >variation of this: > > my $msg = Mail::Audit->new(nomime => 1); Duh. Now that I think of it, what is the reason to use MIME anyway? >> It also seems to be unsupported. > >It's been a while since the last release, but it is still being >supported. I sent fixes for two small bugs to the bug tracker a year ago, but got no answer (It's still unfiled in fact). You can't get much more unsupported. >In fact, Simon Cozens, the module's author, recently >started up a mailing list. See > > http://use.perl.org/article.pl?sid=02/11/30/0353228&mode=flat&tid=5 > >for more information. Good info, thanks. I will see whether I can get a reply there. Thorsten -- Calvin: "Who can fathom the feminine mind?" Hobbes: "I like `em anyway"
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