[ubuntu-uk] Evolution's compulsory GPG routine
neversaymonkey at googlemail.com
Thu Jul 9 13:41:20 BST 2009
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Ciarán Mooney wrote:
> What you describe sounds more like the Gnome Keyring rather than any
> GPG-based program.
> They keyring is what stores your passwords etc, it is used for WEP/WPA
> keys along with any other password in the system.
> I'm guessing that you have passwords in Evolution to your email
> accounts etc, and these are protected by the Gnome Keyring
> application. Evolution has to request access in someway to be able to
> download your email.
> This is a guess, hope it points you in the right direction.
Assuming it IS gnome-keyring, somewhere in the repositories is a package
that will unlock your default keyring on login and lock it again when
you log out, to defeat this very problem. I've been using it for quite
a while, now.
If, on the other hand, it's the GPG, you can disable it in your Evo
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