Evolution and pgp problem

Jeffrey C. Ollie jeff at ocjtech.us
Tue May 2 14:08:31 UTC 2006

Try rebuilding the GPG Trust DB:

	gpg --update-trustdb

I know when I had a very large GPG keyring Evolution would pause for
quite a while because GPG had triggered an automatic trust rebuild which
can take quite a bit of time with a large GPK keyring.

On Sun, 2006-04-30 at 09:17 +0100, Paul wrote:
> Hi,
> I seem to have a problem, but am not quite sure what to file it under as
> the problem could be evolution or it could be gpg.
> The problem is very odd as well!
> If someone emails me with a pgp signed email (and it doesn't matter if
> it's on a list like this, or directly to me), evolution sits there
> trying to verify the message. However, when it's sitting there, the app
> seems to just stop dead - I can't change to another folder or anything.
> Eventually, it will come back to life, but if I then try to reply, the
> app just dies the death and I need to restart the program.
> If the email is not pgp signed, I have no problems whatsoever.
> I've looked in my .gnu-gpg/gpg.conf file and I don't have always grab
> the key from the keyserver switched on.
> Does anyone have any ideas where I should be looking to try and fix this
> before plonking it into Bugzilla?
> Paul
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