Name (minimum 5 characters):
Comment (optional):
This function is not available on this system. The symbolic link to the private GnuPG keys cannot be created.
No mail was sent for the following user id because it belongs to a key without encryption capability:
No mail was sent for the following user id because it was already signed:
<qt><b>Custom Decryption Command:</b><br />
<p>This option allows the user to specify a custom command to be executed by GPG when decryption occurs. (This is recommended for advanced users only).</p></qt>
Custom decryption command:
<qt><b>ASCII armored encryption:</b> <br />
<p>Checking this option outputs all encrypted files in a format that can be opened by a text editor and as such the output is suitable for placing in the body of an e-mail message.</p></qt>
ASCII armored encryption
<qt><b>Use *.pgp extension for encrypted files:</b><br />
<p>Checking this option will append a .pgp extension to all encrypted files instead of a .gpg extension. This option will maintain compatibility with users of PGP (Pretty Good Privacy) software.</p></qt>
Use *.pgp extension for encrypted files
<qt><b>Custom encryption command:</b><br />
<p>When activated, an entry field will be shown in the key selection dialog, enabling you to enter a custom command for encryption. This option is recommended for experienced users only.</p></qt>
Custom encryption command:
<qt><b>Always encrypt with:</b><br />
<p>This ensures all files/messages will also be encrypted with the chosen key. However, if the "Encrypt files with:" option is selected that chosen key will override the "Always encrypt with:" selection.</p></qt>
Always encrypt with:
<qt><b>Encrypt files with:</b><br />
<p>Checking this option and selecting a key will force any file encryption operation to use the selected key. KGpg will not query for a recipient and the default key will be bypassed.</p></qt>
Encrypt files with:
<qt><b>Allow encryption with untrusted keys:</b><br />
<p>When importing a public key, the key is usually marked as untrusted and as such cannot be used unless it is signed by the default key (thus making it 'trusted'). Checking this box enables any key to be used even if it is untrusted.</p></qt>