On Tuesday 05 January 2010 10:10:37 Matthias Drochner wrote: > dtyson%liv.ac.uk@localhost said: > > kmail - a lot more stable than 3.5.10, really good, but some issues > > with > > gpg signing/encyrption. > > I'm not using KDE myself atm, but since I changed the gpgme pkg > recently to use gpg2 and enabled s/mime in the default > configuration I'd like to know whether this changes anything > (to the better or the worse) for kmail. > (I've tested with claws-mail, and s/mime signature checking worked.) > > best regards > Matthias > Hi Matthias, I realised after I posted that I meant decryption - I use gpgme/gnupg2 and these make signing and encryption work OK. Its the decryption which doesn't happen automatically - you enter your key and something fails to pick up the decrypted text and display it. I really should investigate further - it may be a piping issue. You can work around it quite easily nd I don't use encrytion that often.. -- ===================================================================== Phone: 07805784357 WWW: http://www.liv.ac.uk/~dtyson Open Source O/S: www.netbsd.org Caving: http://www.wirralcavinggroup.org.uk =====================================================================
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