Fri, 7 Jan 2000 11:58:50 +0100
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On Thu, 06 Jan 2000, Werner Koch wrote:
> I could not connect to any of key servers that you had recommended
> (http://wwwkeys.ch.pgp.net/), I also tried to connect to that server
> through a powerful T1 connection , but I always get "connection refused"
> error message.
Yes, that's true. Actually, the maintainer of the key server has a
problem with the domain ch.pgp.net. But she's in progress to switch to
a new domain.
Instead you can use the inofficial addresses of the server:
> Is there any other good key server ?
Please have a look at <http://pgp.rivertown.net/>, there you will find
lots of key servers.
> I think I have to sign (or lsign) all of my imported keys before using
> them. Is this true ? (because of TRUST... error message).
No, it is not necessary. If you hate the TRUST... error message, then
you can lsign the keys the avoid the message.
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