GPGMail: Signing emails not displaying user ID with matching email to from address

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Jan

22 Sep, 2017 09:28 PM

Previously before upgrading to Sierra when signing an email the displayed address in Apple mail would be the matching User ID from the primary key. So if I sent from [email blocked] it would show signed by [email blocked] – now it will always show signed by [email blocked] which is the first user ID in the key’s user IDs list.

Expected
I would have expected it to continue to use the matching user ID for signing.

macOS           10.12.6     16G29
GPG Suite       2017.1      1956n   (87683d7)
GPGMail         2.7         1235n   (592fbbb)
GPG Keychain    1.3.3       1371n   (0cc97c9)
GPGServices     1.11        957n    (3f09119)
MacGPG2         2.2.0       28n     (d76ce4f)
GPGPreferences  2.0.2       973n    (acce10b)
Libmacgpg       0.8         816n    (7a690ee)
pinentry        0.9.7       23n     (6aeb033)
  1. Support Staff 1 Posted by Steve on 11 Oct, 2017 03:40 PM

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    Hi Jan,

    welcome to the GPGTools support platform. Sorry you are having problems using GPG Suite.

    We have a ticket for this problem. I connected this discussion with the existing ticket. That means, should this discussion get closed, it will be re-opened as soon as the ticket is closed. That way you'll stay in the loop and get notified as soon as we have news. Feel free to open a new discussions should you run into further problems or need assistance.

    Best,
    steve

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