No email encrypted/signed with AnnouncerEmailEncryption
|Reported by:||adebruyn||Owned by:||hasienda|
Description (last modified by rjollos)
I am trying to set up the Announcer cryptographic capabilities with Trac 0.12.1 on Debian Squeeze.
My AnnouncerPlugin is working fine with :
[announcer] admit_domains = always_notify_owner = true always_notify_reporter = true always_notify_updater = true ignore_domains = mime_encoding = base64 smtp_always_bcc = smtp_always_cc = smtp_default_domain = smtp_enabled = true smtp_from = trac@localhost smtp_from_name = smtp_password = smtp_port = 25 smtp_replyto = smtp_server = localhost smtp_subject_prefix = __default__ smtp_user = ticket_subject_template = $prefix #$ticket.id: $summary use_public_cc = false use_short_addr = false use_tls = false
Which was my previous [notification] configuration.
I have followed the steps for the install of AnnouncerEmailEncryption :
- gnupg & python-gnupg have been installed ;
- The AnnouncerEmailEncryption configuration has been added in my trac.ini :
[announcer] email_crypto = sign,encrypt gpg_home = /var/trac/project/test/gnupg gpg_signing_key = 7AA4861C smtp_replyto = trac@localhost
- I have created and exported a gpg public key in /var/trac/project/test/gnupg (which gpg_signing_key was previously set) ;
- And copy all my user gpg public keys.
Received emails are not signed/encrypted and I do not see any errors in my debug trac log file.
What did I missed in my pgp/announcerplugin configuration ?
Change History (6)
comment:4 in reply to: ↑ 3 ; follow-up: ↓ 5 Changed 6 years ago by hasienda
- Owner changed from doki_pen to hasienda
- Status changed from new to assigned