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linux:pine_gpg [2006/03/17 13:07]
alien
linux:pine_gpg [2007/01/15 09:49] (current)
alien Changed X-GPG-PUBLIC_KEY and X-GPG-FINGRPRINT to: X-GPG-PUBLIC-KEY and X-GPG-FINGERPRINT since that looks more sane (and Lotus Notes does not like the underscore anyway)
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   * (Optionally - looks cool) add these custom X-Headers to each email you send with pine: <code>   * (Optionally - looks cool) add these custom X-Headers to each email you send with pine: <code>
 # Add these customized headers (and possible default values) when composing # Add these customized headers (and possible default values) when composing
-customized-hdrs=X-GPG-PUBLIC_KEY: http://pgp.mit.edu:11371/pks/lookup?op=get&search=0xA7 +customized-hdrs=X-GPG-PUBLIC-KEY: http://pgp.mit.edu:11371/pks/lookup?op=get&search=0xA75CBDA0
-5CBDA0+        X-GPG-FINGERPRINT: F2CE 1B92 EE1F 2C0C E97E 581E 5E56 AAAF A75C BDA0
-        X-GPG-FINGRPRINT: F2CE 1B92 EE1F 2C0C E97E 581E 5E56 AAAF A75C BDA0+
 </code> You can edit ''~/.pinerc'' directly (look for the ''customized-hdrs='' line) or configure from within pine (**S**etup > **C**onfig > **W**hereis > ''customized-hdrs'')\\ Of course, the example GPG fingerprint and key-URL are mine, and you should substitute your own. </code> You can edit ''~/.pinerc'' directly (look for the ''customized-hdrs='' line) or configure from within pine (**S**etup > **C**onfig > **W**hereis > ''customized-hdrs'')\\ Of course, the example GPG fingerprint and key-URL are mine, and you should substitute your own.
  
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 The decrypted message is displayed as a normal message. The decrypted message is displayed as a normal message.
   * //Note:// The plaintext is not saved to the mailbox.   * //Note:// The plaintext is not saved to the mailbox.
-  * //Note:// The above warning about //[[http://www.gnupg.org/documentation/faqs.html#q6.1|insecure memory]]// is caused by the fact that I am not running GPG as root, and the ''/usr/bin/gpg'' binary is not setuid root. If you're bothered by the warning, run ''chmod +s /usr/bin/gpg''+  * //Note:// The above warning about //[[http://www.gnupg.org/documentation/faqs.html#q6.1|insecure memory]]// is caused by the fact that I am not running GPG as root, and the ''/usr/bin/gpg'' binary is not setuid root. If you're bothered by the warning, implement either one of these solutions: 
 +    * run <code>chmod +s /usr/bin/gpg</code> to fix the use of insecure memory. or 
 +    * if you can't or don't want to install gpg setuid(root), then you can add the commandline parameter <code> 
 +--no-secmem-warning 
 +</code> to the gpg command, or put the line <code> 
 +no-secmem-warning 
 +</code> in your configuration file ''~/.gnupg/options'' or ''~/.gnupg/gpg.conf''. This will disable the warning message.
  
  
 +==== PGP/Mime ====
 +
 +Pine Privacy Guard does not handle PGP/Mime encrypted emails. I found a couple of links with possible solutions, but have not yet looked too deeply into these.
 +
 +  * [[http://privacy.audiointuition.com/pine/ | Reading PGP/Mime messages with Pine]]
 +  * [[http://www.david-guembel.de/index.php?id=12 | pgp-mime-handler]]

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