Solved: enigmime service lost in enigmail

Art Alexion art.alexion at verizon.net
Wed Jan 18 15:01:55 GMT 2006


Dominik Raffelsbauer wrote:

>Hi and thanks to Art,
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>>I solved the problem for myself, by not installing the Ubuntu packaged
>>extensions, and using the extension manager exclusively.
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>you are right!
>I just tried it the other way round: removed enigmail with synaptic,
>then removed it with the extention manager, reinstalled with synaptic
>
>  
>

Yep.  That was how I fixed it.

I don't really understand the value in using apt for mozilla
extensions.  Seems a bit bureaucratic.

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