Hello

I have this problem. If I send an email with the KMail 1.8.3 (KDE
3.4.3) and use the "Inline-OpenPGP"-function it doesn't work,
because the email will be always signed with "OpenPGP/MIME".

Is there any possibility to get work the "Inline-OpenPGP" with
KMail 1.8.3?

halifax@localhost:~$ dpkg --list | grep kmail
ii kmail 3.4.3-1 KDE Email client
ii kmailcvt 3.4.3-1 KDE KMail mail folder converter
halifax@localhost:~$

halifax@localhost:~$ dpkg --list | grep kdepim
ii kdepim 3.4.3-1 KDE Personal Information Management metapack
ii kdepim-dev 3.4.3-1 KDE Personal Information Management...
ii kdepim-kfile-plugins 3.4.3-1 KDE File dialog plugins for palm
ii kdepim-kio-plugins 3.4.3-1 KDE pim I/O Slaves
ii kdepim-kresources 3.4.3-1 KDE pim resource plugins
ii kdepim-wizards 3.4.3-1 KDE server configuration wizards
ii libkdepim1-dev 3.4.3-1 KDE PIM library [development]
ii libkdepim1a 3.4.3-1 KDE PIM library
halifax@localhost:~$

halifax@localhost:~$ dpkg --list | grep gpg
ii gpgsm 1.9.19-2 GNU privacy guard - S/MIME version
ii kgpg 3.4.3-2 GnuPG frontend for KDE
ii libgpg-error-dev 1.1-4 library for common error values...
ii libgpg-error0 1.1-4 library for common error values...
ii libgpgme11 1.1.0-1 GPGME - GnuPG Made Easy
ii pgpgpg 0.13-8 Wrapper for using GnuPG in programs designed
halifax@localhost:~$

halifax@localhost:~$ dpkg --list | grep gnupg
ii gnupg 1.4.2-2 GNU privacy guard - a free PGP replacement
ii gnupg-agent 1.9.19-2 GNU privacy guard - password agent
ii gnupg2 1.9.19-2 GNU privacy guard - a free PGP replacement
halifax@localhost:~$

halifax@localhost:~$ dpkg --list | grep pinentry
ii pinentry-qt 0.7.2-3 Qt-based PIN or pass-phrase entry...
halifax@localhost:~$

Thanx and greets

Daniel Baumann

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