Okay, found out my last post on using Gpg
and Pine leaves out some things that I've
since had to work out. Here's what I did.
In Pine, go to Setup, then Config. Go down
until you see default-composer-hdrs. Enter
X-GPG-FINGERPRINT: your id fingerprint here
Go further down to display filters. Enter
_LEADING("-----BEGIN PGP SIGNED MESSAGE")_ /usr/local/bin/gpg --decrypt
_LEADING("-----BEGIN PGP MESSAGE")_ /usr/local/bin/gpg --decrypt
Go on down to sending filters. Enter
/usr/local/bin/gpg -sae (this 1st one for encryption)
/usr/local/bin/gpg --clearsign (this one for signing)
There's only one person I send anything encrypted
to, so the following work around isn't too much of
a bother. Guess it could get worse if I had to start
encrypting a message to a whole bunch of recipients.
Anyway, when I address the message, I first put in
the intended recipient, then myself to be carbon
copied. When I send the message, I choose the first
gpg filter which encrypts and signs, type in my
password when it asks, and then gpg asks me for
recipient(s). First I type in the intended one and
hit enter. Then I type in myself and hit enter.
Then enter one more time on a blank line. Message
is sent to us both, he can read it, I can read the
copy in my sent messaages folder, and all's well.
I'm using FreeBSD 3.7 Release, GPG 1.4.1 and
Pine 4.62, so if anyone else knows of a better
way to do the above with installing a bunch of
God awful scripts and so forth, in other words,
just some settings I can change, & you read this,
please let me know!