[kmail2] [Bug 327986] when I GnuPG encrypt to several receivers and I have more than one of the receiving keys myself, I am asked multiple times for my password

Hauke Laging hauke at laging.de
Sat Jan 4 08:35:50 GMT 2014


--- Comment #4 from Hauke Laging <hauke at laging.de> ---
(In reply to comment #1)
> If you don't see your keyid at the output, gpg has to test all keys.

That doesn't make sense if his description is precise: If he hides the IDs of n
recipient keys and at least two of them are his own (which are probably the
last in the list) then he should have to try n-1 keys only because every key of
his own could decrypt the message.

Perhaps it helps to save the mail to a file, attach "strace -p $PID -f -e
trace=execve" to the kmail/kontact process (in order to see the gpg calls) and
then open the file.

Perhaps it makes sense to add some gpg debugging capability to KMail. If it is
activated all gpg calls and a copy of all used data are written to a directory.

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