GnuPG defaults: changing back to --no-auto-key-retrieve

Werner Koch wk at
Wed Sep 6 17:10:10 CEST 2017

Hi Patrick,

On Sat, 12 Aug 2017 12:17, patrick at said:

> same concerns that you you raised here - I implemented functionality in
> Enigmail to add --no-auto-key-retrieve to all commands if gpg 2.1.23 or
> newer is detected (and the user did not explicitly opt in to

can you change this so that it is only done for 2.1.23?

We reverted this in 2.2.0 and explicitly overriding this in Enigmail
makes changes to the gpg.conf surprising.  For example. Kmail and
Enigaml will behave different.  We just had some fun in a presentation ;-)



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