[sylpheed:34672] Re: [patch] plain-text local copy when encrypt is enabled

Ricardo Mones mones at debian.org
Sun Jul 24 01:08:03 JST 2011

On Thu, 21 Jul 2011 23:36:42 +0200
Axel <axel at james-b.ch> wrote:
> Here is the patch I made for sylpheed 3.1.1 (with GnuPG enabled) which
> makes a plain-text copy of encrypted messages when it is send directly.
> The original behavior was to make a copy of the sent mail as is and so it
> was encrypted with the specified keys. In general you don't have the
> corresponding private keys so the local copies remains unreadable.

  Encrypt also with your key in addition to the recipients' keys, that's how
  you make your local copy readable. Leaving a clear text copy goes against
  your motivation to encrypt.

 Ricardo Mones
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