[kde-linux] Cryptography in KDE 3.58/Kubuntu 7.10

Anne Wilson cannewilson at googlemail.com
Fri Jan 25 14:03:51 UTC 2008

On Friday 25 Jan 2008, Rosalind Mitchell wrote:
> On Friday 25 January 2008 10:41:01 Kevin Krammer wrote:
> > For me Anne's signature arrived in a valid state, so it might be
> > something on the path from the mailing list server to your system, e.g.
> > the mail server changing something or even a local problem.
> This is something I need to investigate.  I'm trying this from a different
> email address, one which will come back via a different route, just to see
> what comes back.

and it's using a different key :-)

> > Does it work if you send an email to yourself?
> No it doesn't, which is another thing that makes me question the mailing
> list theory.
Can't help on that one.  However, the first one you sent yesterday was showing 
as 'no key available', but reading it in again now it says the key is good.  
Is it a fairly new key?  I wondered if perhaps that keyservers hadn't 
finished passing it around.

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