Is this possible ??
M_Hoeller at nurfuerspam.de
Sun Apr 22 15:09:16 CEST 2007
On Sonntag, 22. April 2007, Werner Koch wrote:
> On Sun, 22 Apr 2007 08:42, M_Hoeller at nurfuerspam.de said:
> > ==> Is it possible that KMAIL/gpgsm sends or stores some information
> > in the mail which leads to the fact that Thunderbird sends RC2 ????
> Definitely not.
I am, in some kind, happy to here this. But what could be the reason that
the manual imported certificate works fine, as longs as no other signed
mail was recieved?
Can you, or the other experts (sorry don't want to be rude when I address
this to Werner) difintely exclude that KMail/gpgsm is the source of the
problem that Thunderbird sends RC2 encrypted mails back?
> > Here the szenario;
> > Person A uses Thunderbird
> > Person B uses KMail
> > The Problem is that Person B (KMail) can not read encrypted S/MIME
> > Messages
> > >from person A (Thunderbird).
> > The assumption is that KMail from person B sends with every mail to
> > person A some kind of informtaion which maks Thunderbird think that it
> > should encrypt with the RC2 algo.
> > Therefore person A deletes the public cert from B and imports this
> > manualy again. Person B did send the cert as PEM to person A,
> > And... voila Thunderbird from person A uses 3DES.
> > Person B writes back.
> > Person A answers and :-(( it does not work the used Algo is RC2.
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