Wed Aug 13 21:42:01 2003
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Yannis Psorakis wrote:
> I use 2 different mail clients, Enigmail and Kmail and both of them do not
> accept my passphrase when I want to decrypt a message. When I send a
> the encryption procedure is without problems and the recipient reads my
> message normally.But I can not read the messages sent to me.the message is
> "invalid passphrase"
> when I decrypt the messages manually (from command line) I have no
> the passhrase is accepted.
If you are using Enigmail with an older GPG version (1.0.x), I suggest
upgrading to the current 1.2.2. This is a common complaint on the Enigmail
Since GPG works from the command line, this appears to be an issue with
the email addons. You may wish to ask on the Enigmail list
(mailto:Enigmail@mozdev.org). It helps to include version info: OS (&
distro), GPG, Mozilla/Enigmail.
John P. Clizbe Inet: JPClizbe(a)comcast DOT nyet
Golden Bear Networks PGP/GPG KeyID: 0x608D2A10
"Most men take the straight and narrow. A few take the road less
traveled. I chose to cut through the woods."
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