After installing the various gpg-agent packages (gpgsm, gpgagent etc.) and still no luck a simple “sudo apt-get install pinentry-qt” did the trick (installs the password-entry dialog). Note that you have to start the gpg-agent manually (eval `gpg-agent –daemon`) before starting KMail.
KMail and GPG integration in Ubuntu (117440523 gpgme_op_decrypt_verify)
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