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In my case, setting useGpgAgent to true actually fixed my problem. Thunderbird version 38.5.1, Enigmail 1.8.2 (20150416-1748), gpg (GnuPG) 2.0.28, libgcrypt 1.6.3.
This is not a program but it is a simple trick I use quite often. Firefox and Thunderbird will underline misspelled words with a red line. Move the cursor under the misspelled word and press the menu key on your keyboard. This will bring up a context menu and suggested spellings will be listed at the top of this menu. Use the arrow keys to select the ...
Launch Thunderbird and navigate to the menu Tools → Add Ons, go to the Languages tab and make sure that you have enabled the German language package.
Since you didn't update the package manager's view of your system when you "manually reverted to an old version of thunderbird", it thinks you're running the current version. Rather than trying to tell the package management system about your old version, you could simply reinstall the current version with: sudo apt-get install --reinstall thunderbird ...
I went into 'Edit Per-recipient Rules' and created a rule that will not encrypt nor sign emails I send to myself. For the emails I could not decrypt I copied the email bodies into individual text files. Then, from the directory where I place them I entered cat filename.txt | sudo gpg --decrypt in the terminal to see the contents of the problem emails ...
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