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Re: Mutt and GPG - claims ALL signatures can't be verified

On Sat, 12 Jun 2010 01:52:54 +0300, Alexander Batischev wrote:

> On Fri, Jun 11, 2010 at 09:39:58PM +0000, Camaleón wrote:


>> Well, what we are testing here (by using another e-mail client) is GPG
>> and your keyring configuration, so you better try with a GUI e-mail
>> client that uses the system-wide GPG and keyring setup (if you are in
>> GNOME, try Evolution; if using KDE try with KMail).
>> Thunderbird has its own plugin to manage PGP keys (via Enigmail), I
>> guess.
> Okay, I installed Icedove and Enigmail, then sent signed message to
> myself. Icedove says that sign is well, mutt still claims that sign can
> not be verified (but it shows two lines which I mentioned before,
> between headers and body).
> So problem is in mutt's configuration, right?

Mmm, maybe.

You can launch Mutt in debug mode (mutt -d 3), so it logs any message to 



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