On 2010-03-08, Sebastian Spaeth wrote:
> On Mon, 08 Mar 2010 12:49:54 +0100, "Sebastian Spaeth" <Sebastian at 
> SSpaeth.de> wrote:
> > My bank frequently sends me transactions as an inline-armored gpg
> > encrypted text.
> 
> Wow!  That's incredible.  I assume this is a German Bank?  Only in my
> wildest fantasies could I even conceive of such a thing possibly
> happening, especially in the US.  I want to use your bank.

Yep, its a German bank (online branch of a state-owned bank, actually).

> Do I've had problems with notmuch if I answer "yes" to the replace
> current text question.  It appears to actually modify the file being
> decrypted, which in this case is the actual mail message, and that seems
> to cause problems for notmuch.  I actually want the text to be replaced,
> but just in the buffer, and not in the file.  I haven't looked into this
> yet though.

This is weird, as it seems to work fine for me. Answering 'yes' replaces
the text in the buffer with the unencrypted version, but it leaves the
mail file as it is. 

> We really need to get some better PGP/MIME support in the emacs UI.

I agree, having better GPG support would be a real killer feature.

Sebastian

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