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Posted 09-20-2015 at 07:21 PM byjere21 Updated 09-20-2015 at 07:45 PM byjere21
ii gnupg 1.4.19-3 amd64 GNU privacy guard - a free PGP replacement
ii gnupg-curl 1.4.19-3 amd64 GNU privacy guard - a free PGP replacement (cURL)
ii hopenpgp-tools 0.14.1-1 amd64 hOpenPGP-based command-line tools
ii parcimonie 0.8.4-2 all privacy-friendly helper to refresh a GnuPG keyring
ii enigmail 2:1.8.2-3 amd64 GPG support for Thunderbird and Debian Icedove
ii signing-party 2.1-1 amd64 Various OpenPGP related
Posted 08-09-2015 at 07:08 PM byjere21 Updated 08-28-2015 at 07:54 PM byjere21
When you reply to a message, Icedove (Thunderbird) adds the <message-id> of the replied to message in your new mail's header field "In-Reply-To".
If you want to answer to a post in a mailinglist that you read in a web archive of the mailinglist, but hadn't been subscribed to it previously (so you don't have the replied-to message in your mailbox) you can do this manually (if the web archive lists the message id).