Re: [Evolution] Encrypted Email Without Having to Enter Password

On Wed, Mar 14, 2012 at 6:02 AM, Andre Klapper <ak-47 gmx net> wrote:
On Fri, 2012-03-02 at 22:26 -0600, Robert Vallis wrote:
> I have my parents and in-laws setup with Fedora 16, and I'd like to
> configure my parents and in-laws to always send encrypted email when I
> am the recipient

That would require fixing first.

> I'd like to set it up so that they don't have to punch in their
> password to send encrypted emails to me, or to sign emails to everyone
> else. When they receive an encrypted email from me, they also
> shouldn't have to punch in a password to decrypt it. ÂIs this possible
> in any version of Evolution?

I think Evolution is missing better integration with gnome-keyring /
Seahorse for that. Some developer please correct me if I'm wrong.


Thanks very much for that andre. Now at least there is somewhere I can pay attention to for progress updates. Or given the original bug date, lack thereof. The new contacts app maybe offers some promise, if it gets the ability to store public keys for contacts, evolution might have a springboard for the kind of functionality I - and apparently very few others - hope for.


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