crypto support in kmail does not work with gnupg-1.4.1-r1. With
gnupg-1.9.15-r1 everything is alright, but then gnupg-1.9.15-r1 is
experimental, not a desirable property for a security tool, and the keyserver
support is of yet missing, which severely diminishes its usefulness.
Maybe I should report this to KDE directly, but I thought first try here ...
Steps to Reproduce:
This isn't news or a bug and won't change until the gnupg-1.9 development tree
will result in a 2.0 stable release.
>Maybe I should report this to KDE directly, but I thought first try here ...
Absolutely correct. No upstream report necessary.