Wed Jul 30 16:45:02 2003
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CL Gilbert wrote:
| I am getting a message that says, 'there is no indication that this key
| actually belongs to the owner.'
| What does this mean? What is the problem here? What sort of indication
| is gpg looking for? I dont recall having this problem when encrypting
it appears that gpg complains if you try to encrypt to a key that you
have not signed. even with notty. Is their a force option or somthing?
~ I think this is somewhat of an enigmail issue.
Also the error message is not quite clear. It should simply state
'Encrypting to a key you have not signed is not allowed by default.' I
know that is also insufficient because likely you dont have to sign it
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