[MlMt] Note that the SHA1 hash...

Matthias Schmidt beta at admilon.net
Tue Jul 27 14:10:18 EDT 2021

On 26 Jul 2021, at 13:38, Benny Kjær Nielsen wrote:

> On 24 Jul 2021, at 21:39, Matthias Schmidt via mailmate wrote:
>> that didn’t work :(
>> Anybody else any idea how can i get rid of that message?
> I do believe the following is what is needed (as you already tried):
>     personal-digest-preferences SHA512 SHA384 SHA256 SHA224
> Are you sure nothing is overriding the setting in your GPG setup?
What could possibly overwrite the config file?
> You can check out how MailMate is calling `gpg` and then replicate in a Terminal window. This way you can reproduce the issue without MailMate.
How can I check this? In activity viewer I don’t see anything.
When I click in a message - like this one here - to be signed, I immediately get the error. Below it says:
Risk analysis	The hash function used for the message digest has been obsoleted due to security concerns. You should change your OpenPGP settings to use a stronger hash algorithm for the digest (such as SHA256).

I can click it away, but I think that’s not the how how it is supposed to work ;-)
> I suggest fetching the latest test release first (given you are on r5809): [MailMate_r5820.tbz](https://updates.mailmate-app.com/archives/MailMate_r5820.tbz)

Thank you Benny, I already did :-)
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