Re: [Evolution] NEW problem with Evo and encryption

I think there's a bug in bugzilla on the topic, no?  Eventually it
would be friendlier if Evo did the "right thing" in both cases - since
the recipient has no control over the broken mailers on the send side
(hell, I'm ecstatic when I find someone who can spell pgp ;)

On Thu, Oct 04, 2001 at 02:46:48PM -0400, Jeffrey Stedfast wrote:

The problem with in-line pgp encrypted messages is that we have to do
evil hacks to detect and then decrypt the text and show it in the
viewer. When we go to reply, we use a different code path that looks for
the "message body" part and sends that off to the composer. It doesn't
do any evil hacks to decrypt pgp encrypted blocks.


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