GPA Clipboard encrypt dialog shows expired keys

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GPA Clipboard encrypt dialog shows expired keys

Thomas Harold-3
Should the GPA Clipboard tool be displaying expired encryption keys when
you go to encrypt the clipboard buffer?  There's no indication of
expired status for the public keys listed in the "Encrypt documents"
dialog.

Seems like that dialog should either show you the "Expired" column or
hide keys that are expired and can't be used to encrypt.

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Re: GPA Clipboard encrypt dialog shows expired keys

Werner Koch
On Mon, 23 Nov 2009 00:45, [hidden email] said:

> Should the GPA Clipboard tool be displaying expired encryption keys
> when you go to encrypt the clipboard buffer?  There's no indication of
> expired status for the public keys listed in the "Encrypt documents"
> dialog.

No, it should not.  I'll check it.


Shalom-Salam,

   Werner

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