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PGP is currently not supported by Evolution
« Online: 28 de Junho de 2007, 11:22 »
Fiquei estarrecido...  but,

Alguém sabe a quantas anda isso ? 



 Why does Evolution attach a .asc-file to my GPG signed emails?

When you sign emails, the GPG signature is embedded in a .asc file, this is called Outline PGP (or PGP/MIME). It is not embedded in the header/footer of the email because Inline PGP is currently not supported by Evolution, but Matt Brown is working on this currently. By the way, Outline PGP has several advantages over Inline PGP (the charsets are always defined, attachments are also encoded and part of the fingerprint).


 
I receive emails beginning with pgp signatures, what can I do?

This is Inline PGP, it is currently not supported by Evolution, but Matt Brown is working on this currently. Evolution supports Outline PGP (or PGP/MIME) where GPG/PGP signatures are embedded in a .asc file that is attached to the message. Outline PGP has several advantages over Inline PGP (the charsets are always defined, attachments are also encoded and part of the fingerprint).