On Saturday 14 August 2010 01:00:57 Dale wrote:
> walt wrote:
> > On 08/10/2010 11:53 AM, Mick wrote:
> >> ...
> >> Any idea how I can reset this certificate as far as Kmail is
> >> concerned? When
> >> has it stored my clicking to save the acceptance of the certificate
> >> and how
> >> can I reset this?
> > Maybe my alpha-test version of thunderbird is broken (it often is
> > but I
> > don't see any replies from the kde regulars in this group. Hey! Wake
> > up!
> > Back in the good old 3.x days I tried kmail and liked it a lot.
> > Then came the dark days of 4.x and I had to escape from kde before the
> > last
> > bit of my sanity failed me.
> > I seem to recall a submenu in kmail that let me manipulate
> > certificates, much
> > like mozilla, and now thunderbird. Is my memory failing me again?
> > Maybe the
> > menu disappeared with 4.x?
> > You need a kde guru like Dale or Alan. Hey! Wake up and answer the
> > question!
> Dale gave up on Kmail a looooong time ago. I like the way Seamonkey
> does mail so I sort of stuck with it, although the upgrade form 1.x to
> 2.x was touchy.
> I did read somewhere where someone else was having issues but I'm not
> sure it is the same thing. It may have been on the kde mailing list
> tho. Maybe someone can search the archives and see if they find
> something? I'll try to search later but got some things to do plus it
> is stormy here. No rain for a month so not complaining about mother
> nature's tummy rumbling. lol
> :-) :-)
I think that Walter is referring to Kleopatra. I couldn't find the mail
server certificate in there. This was the first place I looked. I also used
gpgsm -k just in case Kleopatra was being difficult, but nothing was shown in