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hello dear linux expertsve good day. well todoay i have a question regarding an application - tbird in combination with enigmail. currently it does not work - although i have ...
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- 01-18-2014 #1
- Join Date
- May 2013
PGP: Receiving and Decrypting Encrypted Messages from a Terminal
good day. well todoay i have a question regarding an application - tbird in combination with enigmail. currently it does not work - although i have all passwd and gpg-keys here with me. but i damaged something with the profiles - during the upgrade of opensuse.
since i have not managed to rework the tbird / enigmail issues that arised after update from opensuse 12.3 to 13.1
i need a nother way to read my mails
note - i have the keys - is there any appropiate way to read the mails with a tray or any other tool
a quick and dirty way to read the messages from one (important) mail recipient </ author...
note - is KGpg a tool that offers a tray to do such things
or can i read the mail with the terminal!`
look forward to hear from you
update; note - i found such a explanation here - it does not work:
When saving a message to a file it's good practice to add the '.asc' extension. Once the file has been successfully saved you can decrypt it using PGP. To do this just type: pgp filename.asc.
EXAMPLE: % pgp message.asc ---> Will produce a readable copy.
Last edited by sayhello; 01-18-2014 at 03:05 PM.
- 01-18-2014 #2
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- Dec 2013
Did you try gpg?
gpg -d message.asc