Anne Wilson wrote:
You're right that those things do need to be checked, but kmail
does not see
the key at all. Kgpg sees it, and it has been marked with the relevant trust
level, so it should have been fine. I'll experiment more in the morning.
It's late now and I've been fighting this too long ;-)
much luck to you.
i do wish i cold be of more help, but i never got deep into kmail, other than
a few weeks of using back when we first meet, [and that has been a while] so i
do not recall much about it. plus, i did not use pgp then, so i am not aware of
it's operation or tie-in of kmail and keyring.
sometimes it is best to let things rest, especially the brain, when it has
been under a long strain.
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