# ask to sign all the # outbound messages. set pgp_autosign=yes # when you answer a signed message, the response message will be # signed too. set pgp_replysign=yes # when you answer an encrypted message, the response message # will be encrypted too. set pgp_replyencrypt=yes # Do you want to automatically verify incoming signed messages? # Of course! set pgp_verify_sig=yes # delete pass phrase from the memory cache 0.5h # after typing it. set pgp_timeout=1800 # what key do you want to use to sign outgoing messages? # Note: it is posible to set it to the user id, but # this can be confuse if you have the same user id with different keys. set pgp_sign_as="EA3F0A87" # EA3F0A87 is my key ID, you should change it to your own! # Signing on the message body without using PGP/MIME with GnuPG # As many programs can't use PGP/MIME (especially from M$), the <CTRL>P key # will allow us to sign "as in the old times" (Application/PGP): macro compose \CP "Fgpg --clearsign\ny" # The next, <CTRL>S will allow us to sign using PGP/MIME with the private key # that we have defined as default. This macro is not necesary, as we can # do the same from the "P" menu: macro compose \CS "Fgpg --clearsign\ny^T^Uapplication/pgp; format=text; x-action=sign\n" # Publicizing Your Public Key my_hdr X-PGP-Key:http://weakish.googlepages.com/weakishpubring.gpg my_hdr X-PGP-Key-ID:EA3F0A87 # again, change this to your own content.