Hi Jamie, notmuch developers, On Tue, 03 Jan 2012 13:45:14 -0800, Jameson Graef Rollins <jroll...@finestructure.net> wrote: > On Tue, 3 Jan 2012 20:56:51 +0100, Gregor Zattler <telegr...@gmx.net> wrote: > > I replied to a PGP/MIME signed and encrypted e-mail and was > > astonished to realise that my reply was sent unencrypted (and > > unsigened for that matter). > > Yikes! Sorry this happened, and I hope nothing too sensitive was > exposed.
No :-) > Auto signing of outgoing mail can be enabled by the following : > > (add-hook 'message-setup-hook mml-secure-message-sign-pgpmime) > > You can configure the message-setup-hook with the customization UI as > well. I tried this and enabled mml-secure-message-encrypt-pgpmime too. I did a test with an address I have no public key for. I was informed of the fact and asked if I want to skip this key. The result was an email encrypted only to me (I suppose it's a sensible default to include the key of the sender in the list of key to encrypt to), so it would be unreadable for the recipient :-( > Unfortunately, auto encrypting of replies to encrypted emails is not yet > implemented. It is desperately needed, though, obviously. So this is a > good excuse to start a discussion about how we could achieve this. > > It just occurs to me that a way to do this would be to have notmuch > reply add the appropriate mml #secure tag for encryption to the output > reply template, maybe with something like a --emacs option. That would > be pretty easy to implement, although it would obviously be very UI > specific. > > Another possibility would be for notmuch reply to add some sort of > header to the reply message to indicate that the original was encrypted, > and then do something in emacs to try to read that header and add the > appropriate mml #secure tag. That would also be easy to implement in > the notmuch CLI, and it would be more UI agnostic, but it would require > a lot more elisp. > > Or maybe we could support both? > > Any other suggestions? I'm no developer; your second suggestion sounds more plausible me since notmuch is a frontend-agnostic mail system. > > Actually the message buffer in which I write replies has Auto > > Encryption Mode enabled, but nothing happens. > > That's unfortunate. Can you explain exactly how you set this up, and > how it didn't work? Actually I did not set it up. I tested this again with emacs23 -q ... It has something to do with EasyPG and therefore I assume it only works on the level of file encryption if the file associated with the buffer ends in .pgp But that's a guess. [...] > It's actually usually mml that is used with message-mode to > sign/encrypt message, not epg. Thanks for your info. Actually I'm a mutt user and I customised mutt to opportunistically encrypt emails if I/gpg have/has public keys for all recipients of an email. I have no clue how to achieve this with Emacs. Ciao; Gregor _______________________________________________ notmuch mailing list firstname.lastname@example.org http://notmuchmail.org/mailman/listinfo/notmuch