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Old 05-06-2011, 04:52 PM
Stanisław Findeisen
 
Default this list archive spoils e-mails + strange Enigmail typos

On 2011-05-06 12:18, Stanisław Findeisen wrote:
> Heh, that's what this question is about. :-)
>
> Restricting certain privileges (like su root) to certain users only
> looks more secure than letting everyone do it... Is there any particular
> reason Debian GNU/Linux is so permissive by default?
>
> --=20
> Eisenbits - proven software solutions: http://www.eisenbits.com/
> OpenPGP: E3D9 C030 88F5 D254 434C 6683 17DD 22A0 8A3B 5CC0

This e-mail has quoted Henrique's text (check the message source!), but
here: http://lists.debian.org/debian-devel/2011/05/msg00369.html it is
cut out. It also doesn't display in my Icedove 2.0.0.24.

I also have no idea where did those "=20" (there are 2) come from. I was
typing gnupg private key password to sign the message (with Enigmail
OpenPGP 0.95.0), but typed it incorrectly at the first time.

What is it??

It is also the first time that I noticed that people's e-mail addresses
are just plain mailto:s on the archive page...

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Old 05-06-2011, 05:04 PM
Niels Thykier
 
Default this list archive spoils e-mails + strange Enigmail typos

-----BEGIN PGP SIGNED MESSAGE-----
Hash: SHA256

On 2011-05-06 18:52, Stanisław Findeisen wrote:
> On 2011-05-06 12:18, Stanisław Findeisen wrote:
>> Heh, that's what this question is about. :-)
>>
>> Restricting certain privileges (like su root) to certain users only
>> looks more secure than letting everyone do it... Is there any particular
>> reason Debian GNU/Linux is so permissive by default?
>>
>> --=20
>> Eisenbits - proven software solutions: http://www.eisenbits.com/
>> OpenPGP: E3D9 C030 88F5 D254 434C 6683 17DD 22A0 8A3B 5CC0
>
> This e-mail has quoted Henrique's text (check the message source!), but
> here: http://lists.debian.org/debian-devel/2011/05/msg00369.html it is
> cut out. It also doesn't display in my Icedove 2.0.0.24.
>
> I also have no idea where did those "=20" (there are 2) come from. I was
> typing gnupg private key password to sign the message (with Enigmail
> OpenPGP 0.95.0), but typed it incorrectly at the first time.
>
> What is it??
>
> It is also the first time that I noticed that people's e-mail addresses
> are just plain mailto:s on the archive page...
>

Hi

I had a similar problem once and it was caused by mistyping the password
in enigmail once. As I recall it would kill the first part of email
(usually the first quoted part, but not always) and cause those =20
encodings.
As I recall it was fixed around the time enigmail was upgraded to work
with icedove 3.0 (so around version 2:1.0.1-1).

~Niels

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Old 05-06-2011, 05:12 PM
Stanisław Findeisen
 
Default this list archive spoils e-mails + strange Enigmail typos

On 2011-05-06 19:04, Niels Thykier wrote:
> On 2011-05-06 18:52, StanisBaw Findeisen wrote:
>> On 2011-05-06 12:18, StanisBaw Findeisen wrote:
>>> Heh, that's what this question is about. :-)
>>>
>>> Restricting certain privileges (like su root) to certain users only
>>> looks more secure than letting everyone do it... Is there any particular
>>> reason Debian GNU/Linux is so permissive by default?
>>>
>>> --=20
>>> Eisenbits - proven software solutions: http://www.eisenbits.com/
>>> OpenPGP: E3D9 C030 88F5 D254 434C 6683 17DD 22A0 8A3B 5CC0
>> This e-mail has quoted Henrique's text (check the message source!), but
>> here: http://lists.debian.org/debian-devel/2011/05/msg00369.html it is
>> cut out. It also doesn't display in my Icedove 2.0.0.24.
>
>> I also have no idea where did those "=20" (there are 2) come from. I was
>> typing gnupg private key password to sign the message (with Enigmail
>> OpenPGP 0.95.0), but typed it incorrectly at the first time.
>
>> What is it??
>
>> It is also the first time that I noticed that people's e-mail addresses
>> are just plain mailto:s on the archive page...
>
>
> Hi
>
> I had a similar problem once and it was caused by mistyping the password
> in enigmail once. As I recall it would kill the first part of email
> (usually the first quoted part, but not always) and cause those =20
> encodings.
> As I recall it was fixed around the time enigmail was upgraded to work
> with icedove 3.0 (so around version 2:1.0.1-1).
>
> ~Niels

Well but the quoted text *is* there... (at least in the copy I received
from liszt.debian.org).

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Old 05-06-2011, 06:38 PM
Bjørn Mork
 
Default this list archive spoils e-mails + strange Enigmail typos

Stanisław Findeisen <stf@eisenbits.com> writes:

> Well but the quoted text *is* there... (at least in the copy I received
> from liszt.debian.org).

Both problems (missing text and visible =20) are caused by MIME headers
missing from the first part of your message. The quoted text is hidden
because there is no empty line after the boundary marker, which makes a
MIME client interpret the text as unknown header lines.

The =20 is displayed because you send quoted printable content without
stating so.


Bjørn



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