Kmail plugin progress

Robin Lynn Frank
Sun Jul 20 20:17:02 2003

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On Sunday 20 July 2003 10:34 am, John B  wrote:
> On Sunday 20 July 2003 00:00, Todd wrote:
> > Robin Lynn Frank wrote:
> > > I guess it just took me by surprise that anyone would consider cachei=
> > > passphrases.
> >
> > You can change that if you like, AFAIK.  Put
> >
> >     default-cache-ttl 0
> >
> > into ~/.gnupg/gpg-agent.conf.  I don't use KMail or gpg-agent so I can't
> > tell you for sure that this works, but it should.  I'm sure a friend of
> > mine set this when he started using KMail's crypto plugins and decided =
> > didn't want his passphrase cached.
>   I don't understand the problem. My kmail, in the settings for crypto, I
> have the 'cache passphrase' unchecked, and it doesn't matter how quickly I
> make one email and sign and send it and do a second within 6-7 seconds...I
> *always* get asked for the I expect and want, which means
> it's working correctly.
>   I've got gpg-agent commented out, and both crypt-plugins working/active
> also just fine.
>   John

I, to, have the cache passphrase checkbox unchecked.  That is why I was=20
surprised that I could occasionally, send signed messages without  having t=
enter the passphrase.

Now I have 2 questions:
How does the plugin work with gpog-agent commented out???
Does your certificate manager function.  Mine always crashes.
Robin Lynn Frank | Director of Operations | Paradigm-Omega, LLC

Whom the gods would destroy, they first make mad.
Whom the gods would make mad, they first give computers.

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