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    Create pgp and s/mime default and sign_as key vars. (see #3983) · db252e61
    Kevin J. McCarthy authored
    The $postpone_encrypt and $(pgp/smime)_self_encrypt configuration
    variables have created a somewhat messier situation for users.  Many
    of them now have to specify their keys across multiple configuration
    variables.
    
    (Trac) Ticket #3983 had a reasonable request: "if my encrypt and
    signing keys are the same, why can't I just specify my key once in my
    .muttrc?"
    
    The problem currently is that $smime_default_key and $pgp_sign_as are
    both used to specify signing keys, and are set by the "sign (a)s"
    security menu choice.  So we can't store encryption keys there because
    some users have separate sign-only capability keys.
    
    Create $pgp_default_key to store the default encryption key.  Change
    signing to use $pgp_default_key, unless overridden by $pgp_sign_as.
    The pgp "sign (a)s" will continue setting $pgp_sign_as.
    
    Create $smime_sign_as.  Change signing to use $smime_default_key
    unless overridden by $smime_sign_as.  Change s/mime "sign (a)s" menu
    to set $smime_sign_as instead.
    
    Change $postpone_encrypt and $(pgp/smime)_self_encrypt to use
    $(pgp/smime)_default_key by default.
    
    Mark $(pgp/smime)_self_encrypt_as deprecated.  They are now aliases
    for the $(pgp/smime)_default_key config vars.
    
    Change $(pgp/smime)_self_encrypt default to set.
    
    The intent is that most users now need only set
    $(pgp/smime)_default_key.  If they have a sign-only key, or have
    separate signing and encryption keys, they can put that in
    $(pgp/smime)_sign_as.  This also enables to default self_encrypt on
    and solve a very common request.
    
    Thanks to Michele Marcionelli and Vincent Lefèvre for gently pushing
    me towards a solution.
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