Sun Sep 28 15:54:02 CEST 2003
That is a bit strange, because this hasn't been done with kmail, but just with
the commandline. gpg. When I use for example kgpg, I receive the error "no
user id found". What happens when a person sends an encrypted mail from
another emailaddress than the one in the key ? For example somone changes
from email address ? Is it possible to add another id to an imported public
key ? (For example a second emailaddres as trusted) ?
On Sunday 28 September 2003 13:31, Ingo Klöcker wrote:
> On Saturday 27 September 2003 17:37, johanb wrote:
> > On Saturday 27 September 2003 16:51, Ingo Klöcker wrote:
> > > On Saturday 27 September 2003 16:17, johanb wrote:
> > > > I have some questions: I want to do encrypted communication
> > > > between three places : one with linux and opengpg (under kmail) ,
> > > > one with microsoft outlook and pgp or gnuplugin and one with pgp
> > > > version 8, how can I make kmail get working to read the encrypted
> > > > mails coming from pretty good privacy version 8.
> > >
> > > Without information about the format of the encrypted messages we
> > > can't answer this question. But I guess that the format is "inline
> > > encryption". KMail shouldn't have any problems with such messages.
> > It is not inline, but /usr/local/lib/cryptplug/gpgme-openpgp.so. My
> > question is more on the level, that opegpg corresponds with pgp (all
> > versions) and if I have to implement somthing special ?
> AFAIK Outlook can't handle messages in PGP/MIME format (as those
> generated with the OpenPGP crypto plugin in KMail). If you want to
> communicate with Outlook users then your only option is the usage of
> the built-in OpenPGP support which uses inline encryption and
> For compatibility with some older PGP versions you have to re-configure
> GnuPG. There are several compatibility switches.
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