Wed Jul 30 17:45:02 2003
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CL Gilbert wrote:
> Is their a force option or somthing? ~ I think this is somewhat of
> an enigmail issue.
Preferences > Privacy & Security > Enigmail > Advanced >
Always Trust User ID
> 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 directly...
It is allow, but it warns you that there is no trusted path and asks
if you are sure you want to continue (which you can't see from
Enigmail). Encrypting to your key (no trust path) through GPGShell
gpg: B02A587D: There is no indication that this key really belongs to
2048g/B02A587D 2003-07-24 "Carl L. Gilbert
Primary key fingerprint: 82A6 8893 C2A1 F64E A9AD 19AE 55B2 4CD7
Subkey fingerprint: 6FD8 6097 225C 32A5 5207 32B1 5AB1 30A5
It is NOT certain that the key belongs to the person named
in the user ID. If you *really* know what you are doing,
you may answer the next question with yes
Use this key anyway?
GPG seems to be pretty clear about it.
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