Key updating and preferred keyservers
Henrik O A Barkman
h-bar at skenbe.net
Wed Mar 29 18:24:11 CEST 2006
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>> Something like "gpg --keyserver company.keyserver --refresh-keys
>> >> --no-preferred-keyserver" would make this procedure much easier.
> > gpg --keyserver-options no-honor-keyserver-url --refresh-keys
> > Of course, the owners of those keys did presumably set a preferred
> > keyserver URL because they wanted you getting their keys from the
> > preferred keyserver...
Yes, I am aware of the possible conflict of interest between what the
sender/author of any kind of data would want the reciever to do with the
data and what the reciever would like to do with the data.
Still, I need to keep one keyring updated from one non-public keyserver.
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