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Ok, that makes sense. It seemed to me that QRecall was doing its job correctly, but I couldn't figure out why everything wasn't working the way it should've been. Thanks for the helpful responses!
Using the Capture Assistant, I created a schedule for my home folder to be backed up. But before I had the Capture action run, I installed an encryption key that was password protected and also created a recovery key. I made sure that the "Store password on keychain" option was checked. Then I attempted to run the initial Capture of my data, but repeatedly get the error "A password is required to access this archive". I have double checked, and there is an encryption key file in the "~/Library/Application Support/QRecall/Keys" folder and a password for this archive in my "login" keychain on my Mac, and that keychain is definitely unlocked. I am not even given an option to manually enter the password. I looked through all the beta documentation referring to encryption, and it seemed like I followed the steps correctly. What am I doing wrong?

I am on beta (2.0.0.26)
 
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