Am 13.11.2015 um 04:31 schrieb Chris Knadle:
> Philipp:
> 
> Have a look at settings files you're using in ~/.gnupg to look to see if
> you've specified a 'pinentry-program' setting.  I believe this is usually
> set in gpg-agent.conf.  Reason being: recently pinentry-qt4 was renamed to
> pinentry-qt.  The pinentry-qt4 package has a softlink pointing to
> pinentry-qt, so installing that is another way of dealing with this if this
> is what you're running into.
> 
> Either way this sounds like it might be a pinentry issue rather than an
> issue with enigmail.

The only lines I have in ~/.gnupg/gpg-agent.conf are:
default-cache-ttl 300
max-cache-ttl 999999

There is nothing in ~/.gnupg/* related to any pinentry program.
I checked that before I even tried downgrading gnupg2.

Regards,
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