what about setting to encrypt to everyone but setting your gpg binary as a
wrapper script which will check
first if the recipient is in your keyring, and if it is call the real gpg
binary with whatever parameters were initially passed to the wrapper?
Just a thought!
At 11:49 29/11/01 +0000, you wrote:
>On Thu, Nov 29, 2001 at 11:31:59AM +0000, John P. Looney wrote:
> > On Thu, Nov 29, 2001 at 11:10:23AM +0000, kevin lyda mentioned:
> > > i'd really like to encourage people to start using pgp/gpg. considering
> > > the recent news on /. regarding usa sniffing of email, i can't think of
> > > a better time for people to get off their butts and start using it.
> > Problem being that ILUG doesn't allow GPG signed mails. And I've mutt set
> > up to encrypt mails that replies to signed mails. I probably should set it
> > up to encrypt mails to specific people too.
>>i have a list of users i manually enter for encryption. only two people
>so far (how cool are liam and kathryn?) but there you go.
>> send-hook user at host.tld "set pgp_autoencrypt"
>>i suppose one way to do it would be to have a script that lists keys
>and then builds up a file that's included in your .muttrc:
> if [ ! -f $HOME/.muttrc.gpgers \
> -o $HOME/.gnupg/pubring.gpg -nt $HOME/.muttrc.gpgers ]; then
> gpg --list-keys \
> | egrep '<.*@.*>' \
> | sed 's/^.*<\(.*\)>.*$/send-hook "\1" "set pgp_autoencrypt"/' \
> > $HOME/.muttrc.gpgers.tmp
> mv $HOME/.muttrc.gpgers.tmp $HOME/.muttrc.gpgers
>>and in ~/.muttrc just have:
>> source ~/.muttrc.gpgers
>>one odd thing though - if liam or kathryn are in a list of recipients
>i have to deselect encryption.
>kevin at suberic.net gpg or pgp encrypted mail is preferred. my
>fork()'ed on 37058400 public key is available at:
>meatspace place: home http://suberic.net/~kevin/gpg.roo.public.txt>http://suberic.net/~kevin>>--
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