[Users] Can't decrypt my PGP-mail

Andreas Meyer anmeyer at mailbox.org
Tue Jan 30 17:36:12 CET 2018

Bob Williams <usenet at karmasailing.uk> schrieb am 30.01.18 um 15:29:09 Uhr:

> > I understand is encrypted with the public key. Do you say if i had
> > encrypted it with my own key additionally, I would be able to open
> > and review it?

> You encrypted with the other person's public key. Only that person's private key can decrypt that message, including the copy in your Sent mail folder. By encrypting with your own public key, as well as the other person's public key, both of you can decrypt the message, each using their own private key.
> Some background reading here https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Pretty_Good_Privacy

Thank you Guys! Another step understanding PGP.


PGP-Fingerprint: F004 8EEE 5E54 F2EA 566E B939 22E5 85DD AA14 AC0A
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