David david at gbenet.com
Wed Jul 31 14:39:08 CEST 2019

Patrick Brunschwig:
> On 31.07.2019 13:46, David wrote:
>> Hello Erich,
>> I did what you said - associated each email address with  it's own key.
>> I then shut down Thunderbird re-started and carried out the following test:
>> Test One:
>> I sent an encrypted and signed email to site-admin from postmaster. I
>> received the email - it took 6 attempts to decrypt it.
>> I then decided to reply - so I sent an encrypted and signed email to
>> postmaster - I was unable to  sign as site-admin - after 9 attempts of
>> entering the passphrase - each time rejected by Enigmail. I was unable
>> to send a signed and encrypted email to postmaster.
> I'm sorry, but there's a misunderstanding. Enigmail does /not/ query
> your passphrase. Enigmail calls GnuPG, and GnuPG asks for your
> passphrase if needed. If the passphrase is rejected that's not related
> to Enigmail.
> -Patrick

So we go and ask Werner :)


David -

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