On Mon, Feb 17, 2020 at 07:03:59AM +0100, Matthias Apitz wrote:
I receive mails from some friend with the structure shown below, private data removed or overwritten. How mutt could check automagically the signed content or is there something missing in the mail header?

The message is inline signed. There is no indication in the headers that the message is signed, so Mutt doesn't know to check the signature by default.

Setting $pgp_auto_decode tells Mutt to scan each message just before displaying it in the pager (and also when replying, forwarding, or editing the message.)

Alternatively, you can manually invoke <check-traditional-pgp>, by default bound to Esc-P, in the index and pager.

But I'd like to have mutt do this on the flight already in the Index page...

There isn't an option to automatically scan before displaying in the index. That would greatly slow down opening mailboxes, because each message would have to be parsed and scanned.

Kevin J. McCarthy
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