Re: Kmail and gpg
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i'm not sure if this is the problem in your case, but kmail only encrypts to
keys which are signed and trusted.
so you have to do
gpg --edit-key <email-address>
after that you are able to select the key when you encrypt a message.
On Thursday 03 October 2002 11:30, José Manuel Pérez wrote:
> Hi all.
> I've got KDE 3.0.3 and gnupg 0.13-3 from Debian unstable. I've generated my
> keys and configure kmail (1.4.3) in order to use gpg, but it never signs
> nor encripts my messages.
> Someone knows what can I do? I don't get any error/warning message about
> it, and I know gpg works ok.
> Thanks in advance,
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