[Gpg4win-users-en] GPG causes Outlook 2003 malfunction in messages saved as draft

Emanuel Schütze emanuel at intevation.de
Tue Sep 14 12:03:02 CEST 2010

Hi Bill,

On 2010-09-13 20:08, William Edelstein wrote:
> I am using html to compose emails in Outlook 2003. When I save such an
> email, it goes into a "Draft" folder. However, such emails now have
> the Subject line blank and any text in the message has gone from html
> format to pure text format.
> This does not happen when I uninstall gpg4win. The Subject line
> remains and the html in the message stays html.
> So apparently gpg4win is causing this problem.
> Any suggestions?

HTML crypto emails are not full supported. Read the information in the Gpg4win 

"It is recommended that you set your program to only send e-mails in "text" 
format and not in "HTML" format. However, if you decide to use HTML for 
signed or encrypted e-mails, it is possible that formatting information will 
be lost by the time it reaches the recipient, which can result in a broken 
see http://gpg4win.org/doc/en/gpg4win-compendium_18.html#sec_brokenSignature

GpgOL Option "Show HTML display where possible"
"This option can be used to display the HTML version of a message. Normally, 
or if HTML format is not available, the message will be shown in text 
see http://gpg4win.org/doc/en/gpg4win-compendium_33.html


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