the securemail ext has: # Mail is made unsecure only if the user does not have a public # key and is not in any security groups. So specifying a public # key OR being in a security group means the mail is kept secure if you're in a security group which has encrypted bugmail enabled, but you haven't provided a public key, you are unable to change your password. for password emails we should use the existence of a public key only, not group membership.
justdave pointed out on irc that this is most probably by design. this looks right after a quick reading of bug 190945. the password reset email which is sent when you haven't provided a key looks like: > This email would have contained sensitive information, and you have not set > a PGP/GPG key or SMIME certificate in the "Secure Mail" section of your user > preferences. > > You will have to contact email@example.com to reset your password. which is very clear about what happened and what needs to happen for someone to reset their password. --> wontfix
Status: NEW → RESOLVED
Last Resolved: 7 years ago
Resolution: --- → WONTFIX
Yep; I think the line is "this group needs to be secure; provide a public key or suffer reduced service", not "you have the option of providing a public key to take part in making this group more secure, but you don't have to". Gerv
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