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> If I encrypt per default ann now have one recipient for whom I don't have a
> key then I can select the "Send mail unencrypted" option in the key
> selection dialog. If I do this, and send unencrypted, then I don't have
> the opportunity to then sign this mail.
I agree that the user could be given a choice. But the logic is that you
should select wether or not to sign prior to start sending it. Use Ctrl-Shift-S.
But why would you normally encrypt but not sign and as an exception not encrypt
(OK) but NOT sign (irrational to me if you don't sign encrypted messages).
The bug MAY be that the config should rather say
> [ ] Sign encrypted messages by default [ ] Also sign non-encrypted messages
> by default
But that's one for Patrick to answer.
The Enigmail Project - OpenPGP Email Security For Mozilla Applications
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