Re: kmail and gpg
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On Thursday 18 Oct 2001 12:40 am, Hendrik Sattler wrote:
> Am Donnerstag, 18. Oktober 2001 00:58 schrieb Russell Coker:
> > I notice that you are sending PGP/GPG signed email with kmail, so I
> > presume that it's working OK for you.
> > When I see your messages GPG takes ages to process the signature (a
> > minute or more on a P3-650). So I generally run "killall gpg" in another
> > window.
> > How do you find gpg performance with kmail? What do you suggest that I
> > look at to try and solve the problem?
> That is when gpg times out. Kmail waits for gpg to check the signature.
> When you have a keyserver mentioned in .gnupg/options, then gpg might need
> a little bit longer. Nothing wrong there.
> I had this problem with Davids mails, too, but I do not know where I got
> his public key file from. Once in the list of the installed-keys, the
> problem vanished.
You can add no-auto-key-retrieve to .gnupg/options to (you guessed it)
disable automatic key retrieval. This means you can still have a keyserver in
the options file and just use gpg --recv-keys when you feel like it.
Does anyone know if there are any plans for asynchronous gpg in kmail? (i.e.
progress bar, ability to kill...) I once thought about putting it in myself
but as usual I had no time... =(
Chris Boyle - Winchester College - http://archives.wincoll.ac.uk/
ICQ: 24151961 - PGP: http://archives.wincoll.ac.uk/finger.php?q=chrisb
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