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On Wednesday 01 October 2003 03:11 pm, Eric F Crist wrote:
> Hey all,
>
> Thanks for putting in your time.  I finally got everything working
> the way it's supposed to.  I forgot to add the
> ./.gnupg/gpg-agent.conf file with a pinentry program.  DOH!
>
> I can now sign and encrypt, as well as verify and decrypt all MIME
> and standard pgp messages.
>
> My only, final question to the group is related to signature trust.
>  Should I, upon recieving a new signature change its trust level to
> unconditional?  I would like messages that are verified to appear
> green in Kmail and anything below a level 5 is listed as untrusted,
> so shows yellow.

The idea with trust is that you do so as minimally as possible.  The 
only person you should trust unconditionally is yourself.  There's a 
great deal of literature on the subject out there I'd suggest doing a 
bit of reading.

- -Mark

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