Kernel 2.6 problems
adam at krusty.madoff.com
Tue Dec 23 18:53:36 UTC 2003
On Tue, 2003-12-23 at 13:28, Lorenzo Prince wrote:
> The famous speaker who no one had heard of said:
> > This is a little off the topic of discussion but, why can't I read this
> > message?
> Not sure. It seems to have something to do with my GPG signature, but most
> people don't seem to be having problems reading it. I'm not sure what to change
> either on my end in Mutt or on your end in Evolution to fix the problem. I
> already changed to traditional signing, as M$ outlook family of email sofeware
> didn't like PGP-Mime. Don't know what else I could do to fix this problem.
I see (using Evolution 1.4.5) an attachment named msg.pgp. Content-Type
specifies application/pgp rather than the more common text/plain. These
are the headers in question:
Content-Type: application/pgp; x-action=sign; format=text
Content-Disposition: inline; filename="msg.pgp"
Oddly, Evolution doesn't even permit me to view the attachment inline.
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