#67 Are private keys that are generated in the mail client stored?

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jimmybot 评论于 3 年前

I had generated a key I hadn’t used for anything yet, but i had a copy on my PC and when I would go check it was still online, but now there’s nothing in mail.teknik.io under settings, openpgp. I have the options to generate a key or import an openpgp key, so now I would have to re import my openpgp key which was already in the mail interface?

Is there a certain ammount of time the key stays? I just found it odd that I was presented with no key not even a public key and given the option to import a key, which I generated in the same interface.

I had generated a key I hadn't used for anything yet, but i had a copy on my PC and when I would go check it was still online, but now there's nothing in mail.teknik.io under settings, openpgp. I have the options to generate a key or import an openpgp key, so now I would have to re import my openpgp key which was already in the mail interface? Is there a certain ammount of time the key stays? I just found it odd that I was presented with no key not even a public key and given the option to import a key, which I generated in the same interface.
Ghost 评论于 3 年前

See this.

Teknik’s uses Rainloop for webmail. You can visit its repo for more information or issues.

See [this](https://github.com/RainLoop/rainloop-webmail/issues/349#issuecomment-58685490). > Teknik's uses Rainloop for webmail. You can visit its [repo](https://github.com/RainLoop/rainloop-webmail) for more information or issues.
Uncled1023 评论于 3 年前
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I would file a bug on Rainloop’s repo, but from what i’ve seen, the PGP keys should be staying once you generate/import one.

I would file a bug on Rainloop's repo, but from what i've seen, the PGP keys should be staying once you generate/import one.
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