"Robert L. Harris" <Robert.L.Harris@rdlg.net> writes: > Since I started using GPG to sign my emails my father is having issues > with reading them. Here's description of what he's see'ing. I'm using > the latest mutt from unstable. > > Anything one of us can set to get around this other than me turning off > auto-signing? > > ----- Forwarded ----- > > I'm still using OutLook Express. Same that I have had since the cable > hook-up last year. With the most recent mails from you, the messages come > only as an 'Attatchment' that must be opened after the initial page of your > mail is selected. > I have to click on the "paper clip" icon, then select one of two attatchment > designators, then select 'open' or 'save' ,then select 'continue'. Your > message finally comes up in block formate in a seperate window. Maybe > secure for you, but as I said, if I get something from someone like this > form someone I am not expecting, or in a generic heading(i.e.,"The info you > asked for', 'A funny Joke', etc.) I won't open it. Some of your other > recipiates may not also, and you might lose some mail. > > ----- End forwarded message ----- http://kmself.home.netcom.com/Rants/gpg-signed-mail.html Tell your father to stop using OE, or any other MS mailer. They're all broken and should never be used by anyone for any purpose. Unless, of course, you want to demonstrate how piss-poor MS software can be. -- Curse my natural showmanship!
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