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2da1dde5Greg Anders Note 'open' subcommand opens editor in NOTES_DIR when no argument given 1 year, 4 months ago
                                                                                
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# -*-muttrc-*-
# vim: ft=muttrc
#
# Command formats for gpg.
#
# Version notes:
#
#   GPG 2.1 introduces the option "--pinentry-mode", which requires
#   the "loopback" argument in instances where "--passphrase-fd" is
#   used.
#
# Some of the older commented-out versions of the commands use gpg-2comp from:
#   http://70t.de/download/gpg-2comp.tar.gz
#
# %p    The empty string when no passphrase is needed,
#       the string "PGPPASSFD=0" if one is needed.
#
#       This is mostly used in conditional % sequences.
#
# %f    Most PGP commands operate on a single file or a file
#       containing a message.  %f expands to this file's name.
#
# %s    When verifying signatures, there is another temporary file
#       containing the detached signature.  %s expands to this
#       file's name.
#
# %a    In "signing" contexts, this expands to the value of the
#       configuration variable $pgp_sign_as, if set, otherwise
#       $pgp_default_key.  You probably need to
#       use this within a conditional % sequence.
#
# %r    In many contexts, neomutt passes key IDs to pgp.  %r expands to
#       a list of key IDs.

# Section A: Key Management

# The default key for encryption (used by $pgp_self_encrypt and
# $postpone_encrypt).
#
# It will also be used for signing unless $pgp_sign_as is set to a
# key.
#
# Unless your key does not have encryption capability, uncomment this
# line and replace the keyid with your own.
#
set pgp_default_key="B9D50EDFE95EECD0C13500A956E93C2FB6B08BDB"

# If you have a separate signing key, or your key _only_ has signing
# capability, uncomment this line and replace the keyid with your
# signing keyid.
#
# set pgp_sign_as="0x87654321"


# Section B: Commands

# Note that we explicitly set the comment armor header since GnuPG, when used
# in some localiaztion environments, generates 8bit data in that header, thereby
# breaking PGP/MIME.

# decode application/pgp
#
set pgp_decode_command="gpg --status-fd=2 %?p?--pinentry-mode loopback --passphrase-fd 0? --no-verbose --quiet --batch --output - %f"

# Verify a signature
#
set pgp_verify_command="gpg --status-fd=2 --no-verbose --quiet --batch --output - --verify %s %f"

# Decrypt an attachment
#
set pgp_decrypt_command="gpg --status-fd=2 %?p?--pinentry-mode loopback --passphrase-fd 0? --no-verbose --quiet --batch --output - --decrypt %f"

# Create a PGP/MIME signed attachment
#
# set pgp_sign_command="gpg-2comp --comment '' --no-verbose --batch --output - %?p?--passphrase-fd 0? --armor --detach-sign --textmode %?a?-u %a? %f"
#
set pgp_sign_command="gpg %?p?--pinentry-mode loopback --passphrase-fd 0? --no-verbose --batch --quiet --output - --armor --textmode %?a?--local-user %a? --detach-sign %f"

# Create a application/pgp inline signed message.  This style is obsolete but still needed for Hushmail recipients and some MUAs.
#
# set pgp_clearsign_command="gpg-2comp --comment '' --no-verbose --batch --output - %?p?--passphrase-fd 0? --armor --textmode --clearsign %?a?-u %a? %f"
#
set pgp_clearsign_command="gpg %?p?--pinentry-mode loopback --passphrase-fd 0? --no-verbose --batch --quiet --output - --armor --textmode %?a?--local-user %a? --clearsign %f"

# Create an encrypted attachment (note that some users include the --always-trust option here)
#
# set pgp_encrypt_only_command="/usr/libexec/neomutt/pgpewrap gpg-2comp -v --batch --output - --encrypt --textmode --armor --always-trust -- -r %r -- %f"
#
set pgp_encrypt_only_command="/usr/libexec/neomutt/pgpewrap gpg --batch --quiet --no-verbose --output - --textmode --armor --encrypt -- --recipient %r -- %f"

# Create an encrypted and signed attachment (note that some users include the --always-trust option here)
#
# set pgp_encrypt_sign_command="/usr/libexec/neomutt/pgpewrap gpg-2comp %?p?--passphrase-fd 0? -v --batch --output - --encrypt --sign %?a?-u %a? --armor --always-trust -- -r %r -- %f"
#
set pgp_encrypt_sign_command="/usr/libexec/neomutt/pgpewrap gpg %?p?--pinentry-mode loopback --passphrase-fd 0? --batch --quiet --no-verbose --textmode --output - %?a?--local-user %a? --armor --sign --encrypt -- --recipient %r -- %f"

# Import a key into the public key ring
#
set pgp_import_command="gpg --no-verbose --import %f"

# Export a key from the public key ring
#
set pgp_export_command="gpg --no-verbose --armor --export %r"

# Verify a key
#
set pgp_verify_key_command="gpg --verbose --batch --fingerprint --check-sigs %r"

# Read in the public key ring
#
set pgp_list_pubring_command="gpg --no-verbose --batch --quiet --with-colons --with-fingerprint --with-fingerprint --list-keys %r"

# Read in the secret key ring
#
set pgp_list_secring_command="gpg --no-verbose --batch --quiet --with-colons --with-fingerprint --with-fingerprint --list-secret-keys %r"

# Fetch keys
# set pgp_getkeys_command="pkspxycwrap %r"

# pattern for good signature - may need to be adapted to locale!
# OK, here's a version which uses gnupg's message catalog:
# set pgp_good_sign="^gpgv?: Good signature from"
# set pgp_good_sign="`gettext -d gnupg -s 'Good signature from "' | tr -d '"'`"
#
# Output pattern to indicate a valid signature using --status-fd messages
set pgp_good_sign="^\\[GNUPG:\\] GOODSIG"

# Output pattern to verify a decryption occurred
# This is now deprecated by pgp_check_gpg_decrypt_status_fd:
# set pgp_decryption_okay="^\\[GNUPG:\\] DECRYPTION_OKAY"
set pgp_check_gpg_decrypt_status_fd

set pgp_use_gpg_agent