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Kontact 1.0.2, KMail 1.7.2 (KDE 3.3.2 Mandriva 2005 LE) can't see my GPG key, but knode can use it

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Hi

I can't get to sign e-mails in KMail. When I look up my identity, there is
nothing in the "cryptograhy" tab of my identity. However, I can make god
signatures from knode (e.g. this article :-) ).

When I try to read keys to assign a key in Configure Kontact -> Mail ->
Identities -> "this one" -> Cryptography there are no keys to pick from and
when I click the Change button next to OpenGPG signing key, I get a pop-up
error meesage "no backends found for listing keys. Check your
installation." 

I have KDE 3.3.2 from plain Mandriva 2005 LE.

Any help appreciated

        Jens

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