Clicking "Stop Script" gives the following error: Enigmail: Error in accessing Enigmail service By the way, the same error comes when I enter the key management dialog or anything else OpenGPG The wizard will guide you through the possibilities. Are there any good links that will help | explain the setup? I also started up Thunderbird and configured GPG preferences as root. http://linuxprofilm.com/thunderbird-error/thunderbird-error-5-1-1.html
This is free software, and you are welcome to redistribute it under certain conditions. Then click Continue. The wizard will do this automatically for you: You will be asked to choose a passphrase to protect your key pair. One cannot even go back into preferences to fix the problem.
This toolbar allows you to sign and/or encrypt the message using a single click on the shown icons. Here is my configuration: CentOS 6 (64bit) Thunderbird 17.0.5 Lightning 1.9.1 Enigmail 1.5.1 GnuPG 2.0.14 libgcrypt 1.4.5 openssl 1.0.0-27.el6_4.2 When I attempt to change my Enigmail configuration in Firefox (OpenGPG > Creating a revocation certificate is highly recommended as if you lose your key or forget your passphrase, you can use this revocation certificate to revoke your key.
However, I have recently installed CentOS 6 on a workstation and simply cannot get it to work at all. Restart Thunderbird, and the Setup Wizard window will appear. The following dialogs will guide you through a basic setup. Someone onceposted the same problem for Mandrake, and it tourned out that it's aMandrake specific problem.
I have installed both enigmail and enigmime via urpmi. However, in order to allow someone to verify your signature or to send you an encrypted message, you must provide him your public key. Contents 1 The Setup Wizard 1.1 Installation of GnuPG (Windows) 1.2 Installation of GnuPG (Mac) 1.3 Standard configuration (for beginners) 1.4 Extended configuration (for advanced users) 1.5 Manual configuration (for experts) If you did this accidentally or are feeling unsure whether this was the right choice, click on Go Back.
Check the Show README file if you want to read it. http://forums.mozillazine.org/viewtopic.php?f=28&t=124119 On the right end of this extra toolbar, a pen and/or a key icon are displayed to show if signing and/or encryption is enabled. It seems you've probably not installed Enigmime. More likely, as this is the first time you use Enigmail, you will need to generate a new key pair.
See here for more information: http://thread.gmane.org/gmane.comp.mozilla.enigmail.general/3401 -Patrick Thread at a glance: Previous Message by Date: Re: Thunderbird: Error in accessing enigmail service Thierry Legras wrote: When i open the "generate key" useful reference I have installed both > enigmail and enigmime via urpmi. TIA! | -----BEGIN PGP SIGNATURE----- Version: GnuPG v1.2.6 (GNU/Linux) Comment: Using GnuPG with Thunderbird - http://enigmail.mozdev.org iD8DBQFBlkLdN3bz0JzkZIsRAklfAKDFyEDgA1OhuCTxLmglLRaHNhphNQCfVdAl GXfQMn/WfzZ8gaUDHswCcgU= =/Dbx -----END PGP SIGNATURE----- Previous message: [Enigmail] enigmail + enigmime for TB 0.9 If you would like to refer to this comment somewhere else in this project, copy and paste the following link: Philipp - 2013-04-12 Thanks for the tip.
The other components are not necessary for Enigmail: GPGMail is a plugin for Apple Mail; GPG Keychain Access is a key administration utility outside of Enigmail; GPGServices is a tool to If you don'thave another copy of a prefs.js with all the enigmail preferences in it,you may have to install an older version to make one, back it up, thencopy them into Google hasnthelped me so far. my review here Starting the agent manually as instructed works (it runs).
Google hasnt| helped me so far. You can configure this toolbar like the normal toolbar above: Right click (or CTRL-click on Mac OS X) and select Customize from the pop-up menu that will appear. Hints for choosing a good passphrase can be found here.
OSDir.com mozilla.enigmail.general Subject: Re: Thunderbird: Error in accessing enigmailservice Date Index Thread: Prev Next Thread Index krONik schrieb: > Thierry Legras wrote: > >> When i open the "generate I get the infamous "Thunderbird is already running" error. If you would like to refer to this comment somewhere else in this project, copy and paste the following link: Patrick Brunschwig - 2013-04-13 Well, you should not start gpg-agent this http://qa.mandrakesoft.com/show_bug.cgi?id=11681 Cheers, - -- Matthew MacLeod mmacleod at ieee.org "Not only does God play dice, but...he sometimes throws them where they cannot be seen." - Stephen Hawking | Thierry Legras wrote:
I also started up | Thunderbird and configured GPG preferences as root. This can be changed at any time later. See the file COPYING for details. get redirected here If that is not the case, please do so.
Content is available under Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike License. Put the following lines in your .bash_profile. There is no real wizardry here, in fact this dialog shows where to find everything needed for the manual configuration. Google hasnt | helped me so far.
Thunderbird is installed system-wide. Adding another User ID to the new generated key can be done easily later. I have installed bothenigmail and enigmime via urpmi. Google hasnt helped me so far.
The Setup Wizard has finished its job, and Enigmail is now ready to use. This I did as root. Installing Enigmime.xpi fixed the problem. I went through this process 2 times.
Once the key has been generated, the wizard will display a confirmation together with the button Create Revocation Certificate. In particular, by now we assume that Thunderbird is installed, all email accounts and identities are set up and hence you can receive and send (unencrypted/unsigned) e-mail; Enigmail is installed but