Problem when decrypting PGP messages

Jerome Baum jerome+person at
Thu Sep 15 23:01:41 CEST 2011

On 2011-09-15 13:21, Jerry wrote:
> On Thu, 15 Sep 2011 09:25:53 +0000
> Bastien Auneau articulated:
>> I'm using Thunderbird 6.0.2 on Windows 7 64bit. The account I connect
>> to is a google account
> It would be my opinion that Google was at fault. They have screwed up
> GPG before on me.

I'm using the exact same configuration (though with a Google Apps
account, not sure if there's a difference from Google Mail).

Google is working fine for me. However I have conversation view switched
off and various other "special" options set so you might want to go
through your settings and see if you can tweak them a bit. Conversation
view is a real mess.

Q: What is your secret word?
A: That's right.
Q: What's right?
A: Yes.
Q: Sir, you're going to have to tell me your secret word.
A: What?
Q: I said please tell me your secret word.
A: What?
Q: What's your secret word?
A: Yes.
Q: Sorry, "yes" is not your secret word. You have two more chances.
A: I said what?
Q: Yes.
A: Right, so you admit I said it.
Q: No, you said "yes."
A: No, "what!"
Q: When?
A: When you asked for my secret word!
Q: What?
A: Yes!
Q: I'm sorry, that's incorrect. You have one more chance to say your
secret word.
A: I'd like to speak to your supervisor.
Q: Very well, I'll transfer you. His name is Hu.


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