I recently installed SuSE8.1 and KDE3.0.
Now I have a problem with Kmail, when I try to send encrypted messages. Kmail
does not find the recipient's mail address among the keys I have (although it
is there) and presents me a list of keys to chose from. If I do, the "OK"
button stays greyed out (no matter which key I select). I checked the keys by
encrypting a file on the command line with GPG and it works. I have also
selected GPG as the en/decryption tool in the Kmail settings.
Anybody else having this problem (and, by chance, solved it)? I tried to reach
the Kmail web site, but at the moment it seems unavailable.
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