Hey, > > I would appreciate, though, if I could get a confirmation or refutation > > of said bug to find out whether this is my setup or indeed a more > > general bug. > > Well I have KMail from KDE SC 4.10.2 here and it respect my OpenPGP > settings, but then I just have one GPG key set and it matches my mail > address. Yep, it always does that it seems, the trouble starts if you try anything else. But as far as I can tell this is not actually about OpenPGP but an Akonadi issue. By KMail from KDE SC 4.10.2 you mean upstream? I am running KMail 1.13.7 from Debian/Unstable (4:22.214.171.124+l10n-3+b1) > Upstream it could happen that you get asked whether its reproducable with a > newer version of KDEPIM, as 4.4.11 is rather old. > But in KDEPIM since 4.6 > also KMail has moved to Akonadi for mail access (KMail 2) and it involves > migrating data or recreating the configuration from scratch and can have > various issues. I reported some here, some at kdepim / kdepim-users and > most in bugs.kde.org. Currently I workaround most of these issues with a > special setup. I know, that's why I reported it here first: KMail 1.3.7 is unsupported by upstream as far as I understand it. But Kmail2 is not available in Debian, yet. Cheers, Martin -- name: Martin Albrecht _pgp: http://pgp.mit.edu:11371/pks/lookup?op=get&search=0x6532AFB4 _otr: 47F43D1A 5D68C36F 468BAEBA 640E8856 D7951CCF _www: http://martinralbrecht.wordpress.com/ _jab: email@example.com
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