1.7.2 unusable (Score: 2, Informative) by email@example.com on 2014-09-12 08:46 (#2SAA) I've been using enigmail for years but the recent update to 1.7.2 made it unusable.Besides being suddenly very slow, it is now saving *all* drafts as encrypted even the one sent to people not using PGP. I don't know what's going on, but the end result seems to be that if the mail I'm writing has embedded images (*not* distant online images, just inline in the flow of the text), as soon as it is auto-saved in the draft folder (after 2-3 minutes), the inline images become "broken" (white square with dead link symbol).The solution I've seen so far ? don't use html in emails, just plain text. But that doesn't fit very well in my workflow of sending inline graphs with comments around.I downgraded to 1.7 since I'm don't feel impacted by the bugs (I never used the encryption, only the signing) and it's working fine. I'll try to fill a bug whenever I've time.Sorry for the Friday morning's rant ... seriously :-) Re: 1.7.2 unusable (Score: 2, Informative) by firstname.lastname@example.org on 2014-09-12 14:57 (#2SB4) Besides being suddenly very slow, it is now saving *all* drafts as encryptedokay, in all honesty, it's highly likely that the slowness is because it is saving all the drafts and that the mail I was working on had several embedded figures making it quite heavy in size.Still, this shouldn't happen. I disabled all the checkbox and I'm not even using IMAP, so not a chance that the draft could leak to a distant server. Re: 1.7.2 unusable (Score: 0) by Anonymous Coward on 2014-09-12 18:08 (#2SBJ) Honestly, from the linked article it sounds as if their entire development and, more importantly, testing model is a complete mess. I wouldn't feel comfortable trusting anything this application does.First TrueCrypt and now this. Why are the important open source crypto teams so squirrelly?