What is 'invalidRecipient' error ? reason 0 ?
Sun Jul 6 10:17:02 2003
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On Sunday 06 Jul 2003 5:15 am, Michael Weiss wrote:
> Hello all,
> I keep getting the following extended error info when I try to encrypt wi=
> a key I've just imported:
> I am writing an automated data exchange program via email using gnupg and
What is the full command line that you are issuing to gpg?
gpg -a --batch --always-trust $homedir -r $keyid --encrypt $outputfile
(make sure $homedir and $keyid are preset and valid and that the value of=20
$keyid is the 8 character keyid, not a name nor an email address. Also make=
sure that the key has been imported into the public keyring on that machine=
(Only for situations where some other form of trusted authorisation is alre=
in use because of the --always-trust option.)
> For now I am testing with only one client and a server.
> When I reverse the two machines, the error goes away.
> I completely removed and reinstalled gnupg and gpgme, but the error
> persists on one machine only.
> My system setup:
> Mandrake 8.2
> gnupg 1.2.2
> gpgme 0.3.15
Did you copy across the .gnupg/gpg.conf , secring.gpg and trustdb.gpg?
Did you use gpg --update-trustdb on the machine receiving the copied files?
> The machine that fails used to work before I installed gpgme 0.4.0 to try
> it out, before reverting back to gpgme 0.3.15
Rollbacks can cause trouble if 0.4.0 updated the configuration files for it=
new functions and those changes were not rolled back with the rest of the=20
package. What was the problem with gpgme 0.4.0? It's likely that any proble=
can be fixed by others on this list.
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