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comment PGP: How is it possible for me to read a sent mail, encrypted by me with the recipient's public key?
This cleared things up. I find the setting you're referring to as Add my own key to the recipients list under the Sending-tab.
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comment PGP: How is it possible for me to read a sent mail, encrypted by me with the recipient's public key?
@Polynomial Hmm, okay, that makes sense. The copy in my sent-folder is positively encrypted, but then probably with my key.
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