KMail and Belgian EID
Le Friday 25 June 2010 14.12:27 Pascal Francq, vous avez écrit (you wrote) :
> What do you mean by "select a BOFH excuse among a list".
That is completely irrelevant and was only given an example, what follows the
"--" at the end of my messages is a line selected among a list, and it is the
output of a command.
> The fact is that, with the Belgian electronic identification card, it is
> possible to sign documents with adobe or OpenOffice on Linux. So I suppose
> that it is possible to configure KMail to sign the e-mails as well. My
> question was how to configure it.
On my last answer I didn't realize you would actually want to use a device
(card reader) and insert a card into it. My apologies for not reading
But there is perhaps still something valid in what I said, namely that a
program is needed to acknowledge the validity of the card and it could pass
the info to KMail. As for the details I can't help.
Sorry for the noise.
> Le jeudi 24 juin 2010 19:04:04, Perry a écrit :
> > Le Wednesday 23 June 2010 09.22:06 Pascal Francq, vous avez écrit (you
> > wrote)
> > > As someone configure kmail to sign the e-mails with the belgian eid and
> > > a card reader ?
> > Not sure I understand your problem.
> > I got Kmail to sign my messages with the output of a command, namely a
> > command that randomly selects a BOFH excuse among a list. You may
> > instead want to sign with a file.
Sorry, a program.
> > Try the Configuration menu, then Identity and the signature tab, select
> > output from a file and type in its path.
Sorry, a program.
> > HTH Perry
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