Hushmail troubles...again

gnupg at gnupg at
Sun Sep 11 00:09:33 CEST 2005

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>  I've tried over the past week to send encrypted e-mails to a
>friend with a Hushmail address from Kmail on SuSE 9.3 . I've got
his >key on my keyring and when I hit the 'send' button, it brings
up the >gpg window showing the key I'm using and all that and I
enter my >passphrase and it sends away as if there's no problem.
The problem is, >it always ends up at the Hushmail place as an
attachment and no way to >open it or read it. I even made a
Hushmail account for myself and >tried it and it did the same thing
for came to the Hushmail as >an attachment with no way to
open it. Is there something I'm doing >wrong? Is it something
Hushmail is doing wrong? Does anyone have any >idea what it could
possibly be, because using the Hushmail thing >online is extremely
slow for a dial-up user and a PITA when I have >Kmail and gpg on my
own >system. Thanks for any ideas to try to fix >this dilemma.
>  JB

Unless I'm misunderstanding you, your friend is the one with the
hush account and you are trying to send to him?

For hushmail users to receive encrypted or signed emails from non-
hush users the non-hush users must upload their public key to the
hush key server. This cannot be done from ldap://,
this is only to retreive keys. You must upload your public key at and click on the "Key Management" button
and then on your left you'll see a link to "Upload a public key".
Once your key is uploaded, all hush users can recieve your
encrypted emails. For hush users, the hush key server is kinda like
one big keyring for everyone.

This doc from about how to use GPG/PGP with hush would be
something to look at.

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Version: Hush 2.4


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