kevin at suberic.net
Thu Nov 29 12:05:03 GMT 2001
On Thu, Nov 29, 2001 at 11:31:59AM +0000, John P. Looney wrote:
> On Thu, Nov 29, 2001 at 11:10:23AM +0000, kevin lyda mentioned:
> > i'd really like to encourage people to start using pgp/gpg. considering
> > the recent news on /. regarding usa sniffing of email, i can't think of
> > a better time for people to get off their butts and start using it.
> Problem being that ILUG doesn't allow GPG signed mails. And I've mutt set
> up to encrypt mails that replies to signed mails. I probably should set it
> up to encrypt mails to specific people too.
i have a list of users i manually enter for encryption. only two people
so far (how cool are liam and kathryn?) but there you go.
send-hook user at host.tld "set pgp_autoencrypt"
i suppose one way to do it would be to have a script that lists keys
and then builds up a file that's included in your .muttrc:
if [ ! -f $HOME/.muttrc.gpgers \
-o $HOME/.gnupg/pubring.gpg -nt $HOME/.muttrc.gpgers ]; then
gpg --list-keys \
| egrep '<.*@.*>' \
| sed 's/^.*<\(.*\)>.*$/send-hook "\1" "set pgp_autoencrypt"/' \
mv $HOME/.muttrc.gpgers.tmp $HOME/.muttrc.gpgers
and in ~/.muttrc just have:
one odd thing though - if liam or kathryn are in a list of recipients
i have to deselect encryption.
kevin at suberic.net gpg or pgp encrypted mail is preferred. my
fork()'ed on 37058400 public key is available at:
meatspace place: home http://suberic.net/~kevin/gpg.roo.public.txt
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