K Mail and GnuPG

Daniel Reith DanR@gmx.de
Sun, 26 Dec 1999 15:23:56 +0100

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Hello Brian,

On Son, 26 Dez 1999, Brian Galbraith wrote:

>I posted this some time back, but got no response, so I am trying again,
>in the hope that someone new has come on board,who knows the answer.
>I trided to contact the authors of K mail directly, but they declined to
>Does anyone know how to set up K Mail, so that it recognises GnuPG. I
>have tried everything I can think of, with no success.
I think you have to change something in the sources of kmail. In the file kpgpbase.h there is a class called KpgpBase. There are two sub classes KpgpBase2 (I think for PGP 2) and KpgpBase5 (I think for PGP 5). I think you have to write a new subclass for GnuPG.=20 I thought about it before, but it seemed to be to heavy for me. So I changed my MUA. Now I am using Mutt 1.0i. The GnuPG Support is very very good. Much better than the PGP5 Support in Kmail. Daniel --=20 "Der Tod ist ein finales Ereignis und begrenzt die Lebensdauer." Gesundheitsreport NRW 1994 --WhfpMioaduB5tiZL Content-Type: application/pgp-signature -----BEGIN PGP SIGNATURE----- Version: GnuPG v1.0.0 (GNU/Linux) Comment: For info see http://www.gnupg.org iEYEAREBAAYFAjhmJPwACgkQ1KE5gQ/m5cFAFwCePwj29UDQ7kyYXJOF4hsauY4S AX8An1buM8v7+zgE6p5fr+QgOdhRyTtH =HM3f -----END PGP SIGNATURE----- --WhfpMioaduB5tiZL--