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1 files changed, 14 insertions, 3 deletions
diff --git a/email-print-mime-structure.1.pod b/email-print-mime-structure.1.pod
index f109997..037c1a9 100644
--- a/email-print-mime-structure.1.pod
+++ b/email-print-mime-structure.1.pod
@@ -32,15 +32,26 @@ key.
OpenPGP secret keys listed in B<--pgpkey=> are used ephemerally, and
do not interact with any local GnuPG keyring.
+=item B<--cmskey=>I<KEYFILE>
+I<KEYFILE> should name a PEM- or DER-encoded X.509 private key that is
+not password-protected. If an S/MIME-encrypted message that uses CMS
+is found on standard input, this key will be tried for decryption.
+May be used multiple times if you want to try decrypting with more
+than one such key.
+X.509 private keys listed in B<--cmskey=> are used ephemerally, and do
+not interact with any local GnuPG keyring.
=item B<--use-gpg-agent>
If this flag is present, and B<email-print-mime-structure> encounters
a PGP/MIME- or S/MIME-encrypted part, it will try to decrypt the part
using the secret keys found in the local installation of GnuPG.
-If both B<--pgpkey=>I<KEYFILE> and B<--use-gpg-agent> are
-supplied, I<KEYFILE> arguments will be tried before falling back to
+If B<--use-gpg-agent> is supplied along with either
+B<--pgpkey=>I<KEYFILE> or B<--cmskey=>I<KEYFILE> arguments, the
+I<KEYFILE> arguments will be tried before falling back to GnuPG.
If B<email-print-mime-structure> has been asked to decrypt parts with
either B<--pgpkey=>I<KEYFILE> or with B<--use-gpg-agent>, and it