david at gbenet.com
Wed Jul 31 08:56:06 CEST 2019
> On 31.07.2019 00:36, David wrote:
>> Andrew Gallagher:
>>>> On 30 Jul 2019, at 18:47, David <david at gbenet.com> wrote:
>>>> Hello Stefan,
>>>> I have three email accounts with their own keys - Enigmail does not
>>>> support this - you have to have one key and that's it.
>>> That is simply not true. I used enigmail with multiple keys for years without any issues. If you’re having issues configuring it, perhaps ask on the enigmail list.
>> I have done so - but have got no advice on the correct settings in
>> Thunderbird or Enigmail.
> That's not true. I have asked you for more details on the Enigmail
> mailing list. But instead of responding, you came here to ask the same
> As Enigmail uses GnuPG for any crypto-operations, I don't think that the
> problem is in Enigmail, but in your setup. Feel free to answer my
> questions on the Enigmail mailing list, and I'll continue to try to find
> out what goes wrong.
I did not approach this list for answers - I just asked if anyone knew
of an alternative. I then got drawn in to what was the problem.
People say "Oh your settings are wrong" But the FAIL to give the RIGHT
SETTINGS!! And then go waffling on....................
I have turned back the clock some 20 years - so have no settings to
support further keys.
Having said that - I would appreciate exactly what settings will work to
enable me to sign with other emails and the public key associated with
it and to be able to encrypt and sign with differing emails and keys.
I want specific instructions - not moaning and groaning my settings are
wrong and I don't know what I'm doing - that approach does not lead to a
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