pgp export private key with password

Uwe Brauer oub at
Mon Jan 27 21:51:48 CET 2014

>> "David" == David Shaw <dshaw at> writes:
   >> However it seems that the application expects for some reason another a
   >> password during the import process.

   > Interesting.  I wonder why it does that - perhaps it stores the key
   > unencrypted internally?  What happens if you provide your regular key
   > passphrase to the app on import?

It does not work. 

It seems that the only possibility is to edit my key, delete the
password and import. However I don't know yet how the private key is
protected within the application.. I am still discussing with the

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