[neomutt-devel] Enter PGP passphrase
riesebie at lxtec.de
Fri Dec 9 20:10:02 CET 2016
* Sven Guckes <neomutt-lists at guckes.net> [2016-12-09 18:52 +0100]:
> * Elimar Riesebieter <riesebie at lxtec.de> [2016-12-09 15:42]:
> > * Sven Guckes <neomutt-lists at guckes.net> [2016-12-09 08:42 +0100]:
> > > so the message to you is encrypted. and when you do
> > > read the message then you'll get the usual prompt:
> > >
> > > Enter PGP passphrase:
> > >
> > > but.. for *which* key? (argh)
> > I am running gpgme and have
> > set in $HOME/.gnupg/gpg.conf:
> > default-key DEF09876
> > If you use classic gpg signing with no gpgme set
> > set pgp_sign_as="0x1234567890ABCDEF09876"
> > in your sourced muttrc.gpg.
> well - that works for the default key ONLY.
> now, when you have *more* than just one key
> and neomutt prompts your for "the passphrase"
> then *which* of the keys is it asking for? ;)
The default key
> my point: the prompt should mention of key ID,
> so the user knows which passphrase is requested.
> does anyone has a patch to display the
> (long) keyID of the key in question?
> then it should look something like this:
> "Enter the passphrase for this key: EAB97F200185391B"
I don't know my fingerprint. To much brain resources
are used to know it by heart ;-)
> even better (shorter lines) would be:
> "Enter the passphrase for this key:
> 8000R/EAB97F200185391B 2014-03-11"
Do you have bind a bunch of keys to the same mail
address? If not, just ask in gpg menu for a key to
sign your mail with by the default key "a" as ask
and enter the mail address.....
You cannot propel yourself forward by
patting yourself on the back.
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