Gpg 1.2.4 with The Bat 2.11 error
shavital at mac.com
Thu Jul 1 12:05:58 CEST 2004
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The problem might be:
By default, gpg does not allow encryption to "untrusted" public keys.
I don't know about TheBat! with gpg, whether it has an option to "trust
If there is such an option in TB!, you could try signing, with your
default key, the public keys of people you want to encrypt messages to.
You can sign "locally" (lsign) if you don't want your signature to be
Apple Mail.app, GnuPG 1.3.6, GPGMail 1.0.2, Mac OS X 10.3.4
Eudora X with R. Chang's AppleScripts.
On Jun 12, 2004, at 1:26 AM, omn wrote:
> Hello gnupg-users,
> I need help.
> I'm a newbie to gpg. I've already import all my pgp keys to gpg. When
> I try to sign & encrypt to others using The Bat built-in gpg, I
> receive following errors:
> gpg: mnman at pd.jaring.my: skipped: public key already present
> gpg: D6506963: There is no indication that this key really belongs to
> the owner
> gpg: [stdin]: sign+encrypt failed: unusable public key
> I could only sign & encrypt to myself.
> My gpg.conf as below:
> default-key 0x0F8CFE9629D7378D
> encrypt-to 0x0F8CFE9629D7378D
> keyring c:\gnupg\pubring.gpg
> secret-keyring c:\gnupg\secring.gpg
> What could be the source of error?
> Thanks in advance.
> - --
> Best regards,
> omn mailto:mnman at pd.jaring.my
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