trusting your own keys
Fri, 30 Jul 1999 09:35:45 +0100 (WET DST)

> Thomas Zander <> writes:
> > gpg: Signature made Wed Jul 28 16:50:13 1999 MEST using DSA key ID 0A0588D5
> > gpg: Good signature from "Thomas Zander <>"
> > gpg: WARNING: Using untrusted key!
> I just checked it:
> [-- PGP output follows (current time: Wed Jul 28 17:58:26 1999) --]
> gpg: Signature made Wed Jul 28 17:58:05 1999 CEST using DSA key ID 621CC013
> gpg: Good signature from "Werner Koch <>"
> [-- End of PGP output --]
> and as you can see it works.
You are right, the gpg command line works. Just as soon as I used it in elm I got that error. I looked at the commandline elm (and gpgpgp) produced and it is as follows: gpg --batch --always-trust --decrypt When I tried this on the command line I got the same problem, see above. the option --always-trust was the one generating the above message. Is it a bug? I am still using 0.9.8 Tnx -- Thomas Zander History repeats itself, it has to, nobody ever listens OpenPGP key: 0588D5