tolingo at gmail.com
Wed Dec 7 17:31:54 CET 2011
Sorry for cross-posting but my previous mail arrived incomplete.
>From my last post I've reinstalled Kolab a number of times in
different systems (Ubuntu i386, Ubuntu x86_64, CentOS i686), I've
enabled all possible PGP features in the preferences but my previously
reported problems remain. Specially is very annoying the compose PGP
mail problem. After a user key is imported only the first mail to him
has the option for encryption/signing (from the address book only).
Removing the key and importing it again allows me to send a
encryption/signing mail again.
May be there is something that I should do in the installation or
something else that I'm missing. Please if someone has this feature
enabled tell me something, at this point I'm lost.
> On Sun, Dec 4, 2011 at 9:17 PM, Tolingo Tolinga <tolingo at gmail.com> wrote:
>> I'm evaluating PGP features in the Kolab web client.
>> I can generate PGP Public/Private Keys and also import public keys,
>> but I've found the following issues:
>> 1.- All imported public keys when viewed details report: "Invalid key"
>> and "Invalid email". This is true even for the keys created in the
>> very same web client for different users.
>> 2.- Mails arrive with the word : ***UNCHECKED*** in the subject.
>> 3.- The only way that I've found to compose encrypted/signed mail is
>> clicking in the email address from the address book. But this is true
>> only for the first email, the second one is not possible to send it
>> encrypted/signed. Even clicking from the address book works the second
>> 4..- It is not possible to click "Replay" to an encrypted message with
>> an encrypted mail. May be ¿this is a limitation in the Horde client?
>> First time I thought that I got the server messed so I reinstall a
>> fresh one, but got the same result.
>> I'm using latest stable version in an Ubuntu 10 LTS.
>> Any help will be appreciated. Thank you in advance,
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