gpg compatability between kmail 1.5 (kde 3.1) and Evolution 1.2.1

Ingo Klöcker kloecker at
Tue Feb 4 08:46:01 GMT 2003

Brian Craft wrote:
> On Mon, 2003-02-03 at 05:11, Ingo Klöcker wrote:
>> Brian Craft wrote:
>> > Ok, so now that kmail 1.5 (part of kde 3.1) is out, has anyone
>> > figured out how to get gpg enabled mail to work seamlessly between
>> > kmail and evolution?
>> What exactly is the problem? I'm not aware of any interoperability
>> problems between KMail and Evolution.
> If using kmail 1.5 and someone using Evolution 1.2.1 sends an
> encrypted email, it shows up in kmail as a padlock icon/attachment. 
> I've got the senders key in my keyring and it's ultimately trusted. 
> Is there any way to have the encrypted message de-crypted and viewed
> as if it was from kmail to kmail?

I guess you are missing the OpenPGP plugin. See for more information, but 
please note that you currently have to use either the latest cvs 
version of pinentry-qt (how to get it: or pinentry-gtk from 
pinentry 0.6.7.


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