Public Keys not showing up in "Choose Recipients"
Ivanbrodsky at hotmail.com
Tue Mar 5 17:45:03 CET 2013
I apologize for my inpatients. I have scoured the internet for a discussion board or some other way of finding support for this program, and this board is the only one I could find. Not that it matters to anyone here, but not resolving this problem in a timely fashion is going to cost me.
If you or anyone here knows of a support forum, I'd love to hear about it as I simply cannot locate one and this is the first place that comes up when looking for such a place.
I cannot thank you enough for your reply. This subkey, if a public key is imported (the key offered with the intent of it being used to write with) without a subkey included, it is simply unable to be written with by choice of its owner?
Sent from my iPhone
On Mar 5, 2013, at 5:01 AM, "Peter Lebbing [via GnuPG]" <ml-node+s10057n30080h4 at n7.nabble.com> wrote:
> On 05/03/13 00:26, BassToGo123 wrote:
> > Please post
> >> Can anyone help me?
> People on this list are not paid to answer your questions. Asking twice with a
> minute in between is not very civil in my eyes. And perhaps it takes a few days
> for someone to /have the time/ and inclination to help you further, so even the
> frist "can anyone help me" in less than two days is, IMHO, a bit impatient.
> That said, I think this question isn't answered very quickly because this seems
> the wrong place to ask. You seem to have a problem with a tool called GPG
> Keychain Access or one called iOS Notepad or a plugin to that program. This is
> the list for GnuPG, to which, I presume, these programs are a frontend; a
> graphical interface. You might be better off looking for the support forum for
> these tools rather than asking here.
> By the way, some keys are not capable of receiving encrypted mail. This is
> related to so-called "capabilities". Have you checked with the owners of the
> keys you chose that they are capable of receiving encrypted mail with those
> keys? Because this would be an obvious reason why the keys don't show up as
> encryption targets, and your bit about the keys having no subkeys made me think
> this could be the case.
> I use the GNU Privacy Guard (GnuPG) in combination with Enigmail.
> You can send me encrypted mail if you want some privacy.
> My key is available at <http://digitalbrains.com/2012/openpgp-key-peter>
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