Sun Mar 9 11:38:02 2003
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On Sunday 09 Mar 2003 9:32 am, Brenno J.S.A.A.F. de Winter wrote:
> | You have to tell KMail which key you want to use for signing. It
> | doesn't use the default key.
> I did and it decrypts just fine. However encrypting doesn't work,
> neither does signing the keys (needed to be able to crypt with
> KMail). Amazingly Enigmail voor Mozilla/Netscape seems to be more
> lenient and let me crypt towards others.
You need to update your trust database (trustdb) to make sure the keys=20
you are using have a level of trust associated with them.
Enigmail, by default, sends a message through to GnuPG to "trust all=20
keys", which is a dangerous (if convenient) route to go down.
The best way would be to import your pubring.gpg and secring.gpg into=20
gpg itself, but you could use KGPG to help you. Once the trust is=20
updated, KMail will work just fine. If it doesn't work, email me of=20
list and I'll walk you through.
GPG Keys at firstname.lastname@example.org
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