[Enigmail] Hello, World!
dougb at dougbarton.us
Tue Oct 25 11:30:52 PDT 2011
No. Go back and read what I wrote, and then look at what is actually in
this message (or my last one).
On 10/24/2011 18:55, Wayne Ernst wrote:
> Thank you for responding!
> So... the convention is to use "<dash><dash><space><whatever my
> signature is>" when I'm sending messages? Is this working?
> -- Wayne
> On 10/24/2011 5:54 PM, Doug Barton wrote:
>> On 10/24/2011 10:05, Hank Gupton wrote:
>>> Just a thought here. Did you notice the sign-off signature had a
>>> "dash, space, dash" at the beginning of the line?
>> The long-standing convention to signal "everything after this is a
>> signature block" is <dash><dash><space><newline>. You can see an
>> example in this message. Most mail clients (including thunderbird)
>> will handle this properly. Because the PGP standard requires
>> removing whitespace from the end of lines, there is a knob in the
>> advanced enigmail configuration for: '--' is a signature separator
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