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On Tue, 8 Jun 2004, Emmanuele Bassi wrote:
> I just tested the macro under SLRN version 0.9.8.0, and I could not
> reproduce this bug.
> The gnupg.sl macro asks the user to input his passphrase; in case of an
> error, it will prompt the user again until one of these two conditions
> is met:
> 1. the passphrase is correct;
> 2. the user pressed enter;
> Upon condition , the article is passed to GnuPG and is sent; upon
> condition , the article is sent as it is, without PGP signature.
I can always use the work around of refusing the second prompt.
"If you think you're getting free lunch,
......check the price of the beer!"
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