Where to find jolla-email-crypto-gnupg?

I have some experience with Debian but I’m new to SFOS. Maybe it’s a silly question but where can I find the package “jolla-email-crypto-gnupg”. According to my understanding it is (beside other packages like gnupg suite etc.) neccessary to install the above mentioned package when I want to encrypt my emails.

Thanks in advance for your help.

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Should it is jolla- package then"
devel-su pkcon install jolla-email-crypto-gnupg


Thanks for the reply.

Where do I find this repo? Do I have to change into development mode?

This is an official Jolla repo and the only thing you have to do is open to a terminal(installed one from openrepos or ssh/developer mode) and run a command.

Thanks for the help. It worked.

Note that this plugin does not support encrypting emails.

It can sign and verifiy pgp-signed emails and keys, that’s it.

Also the gpg version used on SFOS is ancient, there may be problems because of this.


Jolla respects your privacy, Jollas email client does NOT!

How do you get it to verify? Does it work only on incoming emails (after enabling the option in settings->apps->email) and I guess manually importing a key? Or does it support hkp? Also is there a way to get the webview in the email app to display pgp-encrypted emails, I’m getting a blank page, so assuming some cpp part is filtering those as don’t see anything in the qml that would be responsible for this behaviour?
Edit: and oh boy oh geez, looks like gpg2 doesn’t like sequoia generated keys:
gpg: Ohhhh jeeee: mpi larger than packet

You get that not only with sequoia keys, but IME with any keys exported by modern GPG/PGP software. The packaged gnupg in SFOS is simply too ancient.

See also: Compiling Recent GnuPG on SailfishOS