The light blue is correct colour if my key isn't signed by you or by someone whose key you have signed. You should only set trust to my key if you trust that I am who I say to be, but you shouldn't set trust nor sign before you have met me personally, which you probably haven't done.
On 29.03.2012 13:25, Eugene Seidel wrote: > > Hello Mika, > > Thank you for your reply. I have clicked on the confirmation > receipt you requested, so you should have received that, too. > > Also, I imported your public key from a key server. It has now > changed color, from yellow to light blue. Should I "set trust" or > whatever the right terminology is on your key now? > > Next step, I guess, would be to try encryption. Would you, or > someone else, like to help me with that? > > Regards, > > E.S. > > Am 29.03.2012 12:08, schrieb Mika Suomalainen: >> Hi, > >> Your signed email came through. > >> OpenPGP security info: MEGBÍZHATATLAN Jó aláírás: Eugene Seidel >> <eseidel@gmai...> Kulcsazonosító: 0xBBD5FBAA / Aláírva: >> 29.03.2012 12:38 Kulcs ujjlenyomata: 5809 93CF 07E8 230E 3580 >> 574E 9FDB A617 BBD5 FBAA > >> PS. I am not sure what that security info is supposed to mean, >> because the latest version of Enigmail has a bug in which it >> thinks that Hungarian is Finnish and is showing everything to me >> with wrong language :(. > >> On 29.03.2012 12:38, Eugene Seidel wrote: > >>> Hello, > >>> I am using the Enigmail 0.95.3 Quickstart guide by Robert >>> Hansen. > >>> It said to send a signed e-mail to this newsgroup (it says >>> "mailing list" but I assume "newsgroup" is meant). > >>> Could someone let me know if this signed mail is getting >>> through? > >>> Thanks in advance! > >>> E.S. > >>> _______________________________________________ Enigmail >>> mailing list Enigmail@mozd... >>> https://www.mozdev.org/mailman/listinfo/enigmail > >
- -- Mika Suomalainen > gpg --keyserver pool.sks-keyservers.net --recv-keys > 4DB53CFE82A46728 Key fingerprint = 24BC 1573 B8EE D666 D10A AA65 > 4DB5 3CFE 82A4 6728 >> NOTE: The old key (62FE66853913CB03) expires on 03.04.2012! -----BEGIN PGP SIGNATURE----- Version: GnuPG v1.4.12 (GNU/Linux) Comment: Using GnuPG with Mozilla - http://enigmail.mozdev.org/