signed mail, and I don't have the public key..

Michael Roth
Tue, 20 Jul 1999 13:16:24 +0200 (CEST)

On Tue, 20 Jul 1999 wrote:

> I have been integrating gpg in my unix environment, using elm this meant
> installing the gpgpgp wrapper.
> If I open an email which is signed, gpg tries to get the public key from the
> keyserver (I used This action failed, probably because the
> public key was not there.
> After this, elm showed the output of gpg, this seemed to be an empty email!
> with a message that the signature could not be found..
Hmm. I'm going to check how PGP 2.6 handle this situation. But I'm sure I couldn't fix this issue until I changed pgpgpg to use the Privacy Guard Glue. This will not happen in the next days but will take some weeks. cu Michael