Quoting Sean Rima (sean at tcob1.net):
> I will head off to the web site now but the problem is that when it signs
> it, even under create_tradational it will stick make it an attachment. I
> cannot remember which list it was but I will check all my lists.
I happen to prefer plain-signing, too -- and, yes, Mutt's author
disapproves, and tries to discourage it, but you can definitely do it.
So, my http://linuxmafia.com/~rick/lecture-notes/gnupg file _does_
cover how to do clearsigning (non-MIME). Just don't ask me for details,
because I've gratefully forgotten the whole lot.
Cheers, "That article and its poster have been cancelled."
Rick Moen -- David B. O'Donnel, sysadmin for America Online
rick at linuxmafia.com
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