Re: [Evolution] Signing e-mails with gpg fails

On Tue, 2016-03-01 at 10:07 +0000, Pete Biggs wrote:
I seem to remember when I was playing around and trying to get

things working that Evolution preferred GnuPG2 - certainly I currently
have a symbolic link so that /usr/bin/gpg is actually running gpg2 and
everything works.  

this is the cause. Pre-evolution-data-server 3.18.5 gpg had been
preferred, but I changed it to gpg2, because that's what seahorse is
using since 3.18.0 or so. That meant that keys shown in account
preferences were not available in the time of the sign/encrypt, because
the two were using different gpg version. Part of the issue is that the
gpg2 and gpg do not share keys, thus what one can find the other

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