John P. Looney
john at antefacto.com
Thu Nov 29 12:26:44 GMT 2001
On Thu, Nov 29, 2001 at 11:49:56AM +0000, kevin lyda mentioned:
> > 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.
> neat! how?
For encryption, I have;
# Setup my options for GnuPG
set pgp_autosign # pgp sign every outgoing mail. (send-hook?)
send-hook . set pgp_autosign
send-hook ilug unset pgp_autosign
send-hook social unset pgp_autosign
send-hook webdev unset pgp_autosign
unset pgp_autoencrypt # pgp encrypt every outgoing mail. (send-hook?)
set pgp_create_traditional=no # Use old-style PGP? (don't do it!)
set pgp_replyencrypt # Encrypt replies on encrypted mail
set pgp_replysign # Sign replies on signed mail
set pgp_replysignencrypted # Sign replies on encrypted mail
unset pgp_retainable_sigs # disable retainable signatures.
set pgp_verify_sig=yes # ask me whether I want to check a pgp signature
set pgp_timeout=7200 # forget PGP passphrase after 7200 seconds (=2 hours)
set pgp_sign_as="0xACC6AD68" # UserID/KeyID for signing
set pgp_strict_enc # allway use QP enc. with PGP.
unset pgp_long_ids # display 64bit PGP key-ids (don't change this!)
set pgp_show_unusable # show unusable PGP keys in menu
#set pgp_sign_micalg=pgp-md5 # pgp-md5 for RSA-Keys. (pgp-sha1, pgp-rmd160)
set pgp_entry_format="%4n %t%f %[%y/%m/%d] %4l/0x%k %-4a %2c %u"
> 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"
Add me to that....
> 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:
I'll try this script, and if it works, I hearily endorse this event or
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