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Mutt-i, GnuPG and PGP Howto Next Previous Contents

Mutt-i, GnuPG and PGP Howto

Andrés Seco AndresSH@ctv.es and J.Horacio M.G. homega@ciberia.es

v1.2, February 2000


This document briefly explains how to configure Mutt-i, PGP and GnuPG in its diferents versions (2.6.x, 5.x and GnuPG), noting the common problems that can occur while sending signed or encrypted mail to be read by mail clients not PGP/MIME compliants as defined in RFC2015 and in other operating systems. It also includes an example of procmail configuration to send the public keys automatically to received e-mails asking for it, as a key servers does.

1. Introduction

2. Copyright and discharge of responsability

3. Sending mail to and receiving mail from the internet

4. Mutt configuration

5. PGP and GnuPG

6. PGP and Mutt integration

7. Interesting Macros for Mutt

8. Procmail notes and tips

9. Interchanging signed/encrypted messages with different MUAs and platforms

10. Programs and versions used

11. More information


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