Having recently installed enigmail, to see what all the fuss is about
in the other thread. I find I'm at a loss to understand how to
OpenPGP Security Info
gpg command line and output:
gpg: Signature made Thu 10 May 2012 15:27:47 BST using RSA key ID A093C263
gpg: Can't check signature: public key not found
Am I expected to go to some keyserver to find the sender's public key?
How, where, why?
Maybe I've not set up Enigmail correctly?
Alternatively, should I just ignore the signature, in which case why
is the sender polluting the list with useless crap?
You have an option to import my key under your PGP menu should you wish
to do so . If you have installed Enigmail then go ahead & do it.
However, if you have no wish to use PGP & see it as "polluting the list
with useless crap?", I suggest you uninstall Enigmail. Or you could
continue to be incensed over a dozen or so lines of PGP & keep Enigmail
for some other purpose.
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