Keys not trusted
Thu May 8 16:26:04 2003
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On Tuesday 06 May 2003 07:50, Adrian 'Dagurashibanipal' von Bidder=20
> On Tuesday 06 May 2003 02:03, Wolfgang Bornath wrote:
> > When I want to send a private mail to somebody like that and I want
> > to encrypt the text I see the list of my pubring but all imported
> > keys are marked red and I cannot encrypt.
> > Only my own public key is marked green and I can use it to send
> > encrypted mails to myself (Big Deal!
> Hmm. I think kmail has an option to allow you to send encrypted mail
> to untrusted keys.
No. It doesn't (yet). But, as Graham already pointed out, you can always=20
locally sign keys which you want to use for encryption. However, you=20
should only do this if you are fairly sure that the key really belongs=20
to the person who is mentioned in the user ids of the key.
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