Why are signatures marked as bad?
shavital at mac.com
Sat Dec 23 15:27:14 CET 2006
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Robert Smits wrote the following on 12/22/06 1:44 AM:
> I'm using the KGpg that comes with Suse 10.1. I use the KDE desktop and hence
> Kmail to send my email.
> When I sign a message with my personal key, when it leaves my outbox the
> message is marked by a green banner saying "Message was signed by
> bob at rsmits.ca (Key ID: 0xA3DF27D8336EF8A7).
> The signature is valid and the key is ultimately trusted."
> If I send it to myself, the messages comes back with a red banner saying
> "Message was signed by bob at rsmits.ca (Key ID: 0xA3DF27D8336EF8A7).
> Warning: The signature is bad."
> The signature itself is not outdated, so why is this happening?
> Thanks, Bob.
Your signature verifies as Good.
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