Fwd: Re: What is 'invalidRecipient' error ? reason 0 ?
Sun Jul 6 17:29:01 2003
Sorry, I should have sent this to the list...
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Subject: Re: What is 'invalidRecipient' error ? reason 0 ?
Date: Sun, 6 Jul 2003 09:13:24 -0400
From: Michael Weiss <email@example.com>
To: Charly Avital <firstname.lastname@example.org>
On Sunday 06 July 2003 02:44 am, you wrote:
> Hi Michael,
> being a Macintosh user, I don't know a word about Mandrake, except that it
> is a port of Linux (?).
> Now to your problem:
> - ultimate validity should be granted only to your own keys, not to others'
> - did you sign (local sign if you don't know the key owner) the key after
> your imported it? If not, try doing so.
> Hope I have not wasted too much of your time.
No, you have not wasted my time, this could be just what I was looking for.
I will try it and see...
> At 12:15 AM -0400 7/6/03, Michael Weiss wrote:
> >Hello all,
> >I keep getting the following extended error info when I try to encrypt
> > with a key I've just imported:
> > </invalidRecipient
> > <reason>0
> > </reason>
> >I thought the problem might be the validity of the key I'd just imported,
> >so I found out how to view it and change it to ultimate, but that did not
> >solve the problem.
> >I am writing an automated data exchange program via email using gnupg and
> >My system setup:
> >Mandrake 8.2
> >gnupg 1.2.2
> >gpgme 0.3.15
> >The program runs on two or more machines with a single server and many
> >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.
> >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
> >I am just learning this stuff, so any help or pointers would be greatly
> >Michael Weiss
> >Gnupg-users mailing list