[Bug 286945] [NEW] encrypt for non-trusted key: nothing happens (instead of warning)
translator at duckburg.cjb.net
Tue Oct 21 12:08:01 UTC 2008
Public bug reported:
When encrypting with a non-trusted key as target, Kgpg simply does *nothing*.
This is a very confusing behavior, since the user doesn't get any feedback about "why" Kgpg refused to do it.
It would be great to have some kind of info-message, like:
"Encryption to untrusted keys currently deactivated (Kgpg configuration)."
It took me 30 minutes to figure out what happened, and mainly because I was reminded of the "don't allow untrusted keys" feature by Thunderbird graying them out.
** Affects: kdeutils (Ubuntu)
encrypt for non-trusted key: nothing happens (instead of warning)
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