Description of problem:
PGP signed messages with attachment, don't have the icon indicating attachment
in the list of headers -- see attached screenshot.
Version-Release number of selected component (if applicable):
Steps to Reproduce:
1.receive PGP signed message w/ attachment
2 [details].try to find in header list, whether it has icon indicating existence of attachment
there is no icon
icon marking existence of an attachment
Created attachment 140137 [details]
screenshot illustrating missing icon
Created attachment 140140 [details]
changed screenshot (previous contained private information)
still present in evolution-2.8.0-40.el5
Has Evolution ever displayed such an icon in the message list?
This sounds like a feature request to me.
Sorry, I misunderstood the problem. I read that too fast and thought you wanted
an icon showing that the message was signed. Setting this back to ASSIGNED.
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will have to close this bug as CANTFIX.
Setting status to NEEDINFO, and awaiting information from the reporter.
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Considering comment 5, it should be still active.
Please clone this bug for RHEL instead of converting it from Fedora.
I just noticed that you NEEDINFO'ed yourself. :)
Do you know if this is still present in Fedora 8? If so, we should bump the
version here to F8 and clone it for RHEL5. If not, we can close this bug and
maybe not bother with a RHEL5 bug since it should be fixed by the 5.2 rebase.
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Verified on evolution-2.25.1-1.fc11.i386. Moving to Rawhide.
Found an equivalent upstream bug dating back to 2003:
I'll try to get some traction on this.
Looks like this is going to take some doing to fix.
Moving to the upstream bug where I'll investigate further.
(In reply to comment #15)
> Found an equivalent upstream bug dating back to 2003:
Well, this bug is not very fresh either ;-) Going to add myself to CC on the upstream bug.