On Thursday 26 February 2009 21:02:47 Arthur Pemberton wrote:
On Thu, Feb 26, 2009 at 1:47 PM, Anne Wilson
> On my F10 + 4.2 install I have a very recently created public
> manually imported half a dozen signatures. Kgpg lists them, and KMail
> uses them. Everything seemed fine.
> KMail is set to import signatures automatically. I've seen it import
> quite a few since then, and the messages report the status of the
> signature. However, those signatures are not seen by Kgpg - and never
> show up in the key management screen.
> I've discussed this on the kde-pim list.
> I've talked to a kgpg developer.
> I've talked to a kmail developer.
> I've asked on IRC #kontact.
> No-one seems to have any idea, other than the stock 'it must be fedora'
As part of a class I tried to setup a gnupg and send an encrypted
email. KGPG was helpful (even though I used the console) but couldn't
get Kmail to properly encrypt with the receivers public key. Evolution
wasn't as picky. This was on Centos 5.2 however.
KMail is signing and encrypting without any problem.
But basically, if I had to randomly guess, I'd assume that Kmail
You can't. Neither the KMail devs nor the Kgpg ones know what's happening.
A kubuntu user is running kde 4.2 and kgpg is working correctly for him, but
that's the only thing I've managed to tie down.
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