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21 Apr, 2017 05:52 AM
When a sender is sending an email to one or more recipients, but is missing one or more recipient keys, GPGMail doesn't warn the user that the email is going unencrypted. Currently GPGMail only warns if an unencrypted reply is being sent in response to an encrypted email.
Users should be able to enable a strict PGP mode whereby if a user has "Encrypt new messages by default" he should get a warning when trying to send any email that isn't encrypted. Sometimes sender isn't aware that one of recipient keys is missing, mistakenly thinking that the sent email is encrypted, when it isn't.
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