On 10/7/20 3:56 AM, Andrew David Wong wrote:
On 10/7/20 3:47 AM, Andrew David Wong wrote:
On 10/7/20 3:46 AM, Andrew David Wong wrote:
Hi all,

Many of us have recently upgraded to Thunderbird 78, which changes the way OpenPGP keys are handled. Thanks to Frédéric, the Split GPG documentation was updated a little over a week ago with detailed new instructions, including a full screenshot walk-through, for how to use Split GPG with Thunderbird 78 and higher. If you haven't already seen it, take a look:


By the way, if anyone figures out how to automatically sign all emails, please let me know. :)

Answering my own question:

Account Settings -> End-To-End Encryption -> Default settings for sending messages -> [x] Add my digital signature by default

There's also an option here to require encryption by default.

However, I don't see an option to use inline signatures for compatibility with our mailing lists.

Found this:


> -- unknown schedule --
> [...]
> sending an INLINE cleartext signed message without attachments (we don't intend to support sending other kinds of inline OpenPGP messages)

Andrew David Wong (Axon)
Community Manager, Qubes OS

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