Fwd: Re: Fwd: Re: Question for app developers, like Enigmail etc. - Identicons

Stefan Claas stefan.claas at posteo.de
Mon Jun 12 14:52:29 CEST 2017

On 07.06.17 22:23, Ludwig Hügelschäfer wrote:
> Hi Stefan,
> On 06.06.17 22:19, Stefan Claas wrote:
>> On 06.06.17 20:46, Charlie Jonas wrote:
>>> On 2017-06-06 19:12, Stefan Claas wrote:
>>>> I tried also with Enigmail under OS X but when checking the
>>>> signatures here from the list members i always get the blue
>>>> "Untrusted Good Signature".
>>> Yes I get this as well. Interestingly whatever trust level I give
>>> keys, Enigmail on OSX seems to want to make the bar blue
>>> regardless.
>> Thanks for confirming. Hopefully Ludwig still follows this thread
>> and can tell us why it's not working, as expected.
> It's working as expected. To get a green bar in Enigmails header
> display, the key signing the message has to be at least fully valid. A
> key gets valid if you either:
> - sign it (whether local or exportable is not relevant)
> or
> - it is signed by
>   - at least one key you have signed and you have put "full" ownertrust
>     on these
>   - at least three other keys you have signed and you have put
>     "marginal" ownertrust on these
> This is the behaviour of the "classic" or "PGP" trust model which is
> the default in GnuPG. Enigmail only displays the result.
Hi Ludwig,

I just checked again. On my Mac and on my Windows Notebook
i get a green bar , from a blue "Untrusted" key when i go into
Enigmails Key Management and set the trust of that key to


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