User-Agent: Mozilla/5.0 (Windows; U; Windows NT 5.1; en-US; rv:1.7.5) Gecko/20041107 Firefox/0.10.1 StumbleUpon/1.998 Build Identifier: Thunderbird version 0.9+ (20041128) This problem concerns messages that have been signed using S/MIME and that contain a binary attachment (e.g. PDF or Excel spreadsheets), when reading them through an IMAP server. This problem will *not* concern messages with inline attachments that Thunderbird shows directly in the message text window, such as JPEG or plain text, or when binary attachment + S/MIME signed messages are downloaded via POP3. What happens is that a message affected by the problem will show a pencil icon with a question mark in the security status information. I guess this is because the S/MIME signature cannot be verified because of the attachment still lying on the IMAP server. However, it is to my knowledge not possible to obtain information on the reason why the question mark is shown next to the pencil icon. When clicking on the pencil icon, simply nothing happens. The usual S/MIME security Info dialog does not show up in this case. Nor is there any other indication of the problem's nature. Reproducible: Always Steps to Reproduce: 1. Attach a binary file to a message 2. Digitally sign using S/MIME 3. Send to an IMAP account 4. Read the message on your IMAP account using Thunderbird Actual Results: Note the question mark next to the pencil icon and that no information about the problem can be obtained. When clicking Expected Results: Clicking on the pencil icon should give a description of the problem, preferably offering to take the steps necessary to actually verify the digital signature. Using the latest nightly 0.9 build with default theme: Thunderbird version 0.9+ (20041128)
I have the same problem too. This is essentially Bug#:199626 but even worse as the message won't even verify in the preview pane. If you move the message to a local folder, the problem goes away. As far as I can recall, the bug had been there since the first version (v0.2?) of thunderbird I used.
This looks like a duplicate of bug 219290 which is older and has more comments.
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I have the same problem, using Thunderbird 1.0.7 on Linux (Fedora Core 4). Please don't auto-resolve it ;) Hugo
Reporter, does the issue still occur with the latest supported 2.0.0.x / Shredder trunk nightlies? (1.5.0.x is now end-of-life and the latest supported Thunderbird version 2 is 220.127.116.11)
Whiteboard: closeme 2008-08-28
RESO INCO per lack of response to the last question. If you feel this change was made in error, please respond to this bug with your reasons why.
Status: UNCONFIRMED → RESOLVED
Last Resolved: 10 years ago
Resolution: --- → INCOMPLETE
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