[neomutt-users] cannot encrypt with gpg in neomutt

gustavo panizzo gfa at zumbi.com.ar
Fri Jan 5 02:10:16 CET 2018


On Thu, Jan 04, 2018 at 01:02:48AM -0800, Mason Hock wrote:
>I am using neomutt from Guix on Trisquel 8 (Ubuntu 16.04). I have successfully imported my own public key, encrypted and decrypted a file, and sent myself a signed email with neomutt. I am now trying to send myself and encrpyted email.
>When I attempt to send the email, I am prompted with
>Enter keyID for mason at masonhock.com
>Entering 238FA70D or 0x238FA70D does nothing but give me the same prompt.
>Since I can encrpyt and decrpyt with my key outside of neomutt I don't think gpg is the problem, and since I can sign and verify my signature it seems that neomutt can find my public and private keys, so I'm not sure what is going wrong here.
>My .neomuttrc contains the content of the default gpg.rc file at /gnu/store/vxnlbw9kiw8z6k6j6g2ynkp5hp5gkkb2-neomutt-20171208/share/doc/neomutt/samples/gpg.rc
>followed by
>set pgp_use_gpg_agent = yes
>set pgp_sign_as = 238FA70D
>set pgp_timeout = 3600
>set crypt_autosign = yes
>set crypt_replyencrypt = yes
>The 'To:' field for the message I'm trying to send is my full UID, "Mason Hock <mason at masonhock.com>", not just "mason at masonhock.com", which was the only suggestion I've managed to find online.
>Any ieas as to what I'm doing wrong?
I havent tried with neomutt, but I had issues with gpg and mutt back in
the day, the issues were fixed using kuvert[1]


[1] https://manpages.debian.org/stretch/kuvert/kuvert.1.en.html

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