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I've been using Cryptoanywhere for some time, but after reinstalling everything on my PC i cant make it to work again.
When i receive an encrypted email, i press 'decrypt' in outlook (im using office 2003 and outlook integration), enter my passphrase and i get an 'invalid armor header' error.
I save the 'htm.pgp' attachement i get with the email (as attachement), open a command prompt in c:/cryptoanywhere (where the program is installed) and run
gpg: keyblock resource `c:/gnupg\secring.gpg': file open error
gpg: keyblock resource `c:/gnupg\pubring.gpg': file open error
gpg: encrypted with ELG-E key, ID 74D4BBF2
gpg: encrypted with RSA key, ID 5DBD0BE8
gpg: encrypted with ELG-E key, ID 0803D552
gpg: decryption failed: secret key not available
Now if i create folder c:\gnupg and copy there secring.gpg and pubring.gpg i can decrypt the message. Still i cant decrypt it in Outlook (same error).
I've checked in Outlook - Tools - Options - Other - Advanced Options, under Add-in manager i have listed:
nod32 amon (antivirus - i had it before reinstalling)
exchange extension property pages (witch i unchecked)
Com add-ins: only Cryptoanywhereplugin, checked.
I dont understand why I cant decrypt messaged directly from Outlook and why i have to keep a copy of *ring.gpg under c:\gnupg to be able to decrypt messages from command prompt.
Try to disable your virus scanner. If you have rebuilt your computer then you have likely updated the scanner and it may be blocking the action.
The location of the secret keyring is normally passed to gpg as a command line option by the plugin. If you run it without this option then it's probably defaulting to c:\gpg where it expects to find it by default.