Problems when encrypting to a group on MacGPG

Murthy, Sandeep s.murthy at
Thu Jan 15 05:44:50 CET 2015

I use Mac GPG2, but I’ve never had this problem.

You could try posting this to the MacGPG2 support page
which is here

Sandeep Murthy
s.murthy at

On 2015-01-15 03:09, Anthony Papillion wrote:
> Hello Everyone,
> I'm trying to help someone configure MacGPG 2.0.22. I've defined a 
> group
> with multiple keys in it. But when I try to encrypt to the group to 
> test
> things, I get the following error:
> "gpg: Ohhhh geeee: can't encode a 256 bit key in a 0 bit frame"
> This happens after I tell the program to accept the final key in the
> group as valid. But it doesn't seem to be related to a key since I've
> deleted the final key and it still give me the error.
> Any idea what might be causing this? Thanks!
> Thanks,
> Anthony
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