1. GnuPG / mailer problem: How to find out where the mailer is wrong ?
Hi fellow linuxers,
hope this is not the wrong place to ask this - if it is, just ignore me or
give back a flame that's worth a giggle or two ...,;-)
1. the setting
gpg (GnuPG) 1.2.1 (also tried 1.0.4)
Ximian evolution 1.1.2 Beta 2 (also tried 1.0.8 final)
2. the problem
I am trying to encrypt to a public key that is somewhat special, in that
it has two User-IDs, one of which does *not* contain an email address,
uid John Doe
sub 4096g/G8456233 2002-08-18 [expires: 2004-08-18]
For KMail this is no problem: If the message is addressed to the exact UID
KMail is unsure about the key to encrypt to, it simply brings up a
Ximian evolution on the other hand seems to pass something different to
gpg, and as a consequence, in the process of encrypting a message to such
a key, I get an error message back saying that gpg "can't find a valid
recipient". Even typing the recipients exact user-ID does not help.
3. what I have tried
I did a regular expression search in the config files (located in
~/evolution/ ) for terms like 'gpg', but didn't find any clues.
I have tried to 'strace -ff -v -o debug.pid evolution' but this didn't
produce any useful output (e.g. the options that gpg is called up with)
4. the question
What else could I do, or where else could I look in order to find out what
evolution does differently with gpg ?
I really like evolution as it is some of the best integrated solutions,
but without working gpg integration it is useless for me.
Thanks in advance for any helpful comments !
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