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Hi Christoph--

On Tue 2016-03-01 09:02:37 -0500, Christoph Dibak wrote:
> Version: 2:1.8.2-4~deb8u1

 [ ... ]
 
> (1) Mailing someone who's key is not trusted; (2) click on "Enigmail > Trust
> the keys of all recipients" ; (3) "Trust the keys of all recipients" is
> checked; (4) send the mail, do sth else; (5) send another Mail (or open 
> another
> "write" window) in the same Icedove instance; (6) see that "Trust the keys of
> all recipients" is still checked; (7) send the mail; (8) see that the keys of
> recipients are NOT trusted.

this is certainly confusing, not least because this text uses the
ambiguous word "trust", but doesn't mean it in the GnuPG sense of
"ownertrust".

Thanks for reporting the issue.

when you say "(8) see that the keys of recipients are NOT trusted" --
how do you see that?

> In this case you have to uncheck "Trust the keys of all recipients" to trust
> the keys!  I would expect the opposite behavior.

I'm having trouble reproducing this misbehavior on enigmail 1.9 (though
that might be due to my not understanding your point 8 above).  Are you
able to pull the 1.9 package from debian testing to try it out and see
whether the misbehavior is still present there?

Regards,

        --dkg

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