gpg --recv-key option
Janusz A. Urbanowicz
alex at bofh.torun.pl
Sat Mar 25 18:36:45 CET 2000
> From a practical standpoint, it seems that the easiest way to handle the
> transaction is to have Bob Smith send you a signed email. When you (or
> your email program) verify the signature, you will get the correct key
> from the keyserver, which you can then use for future communications.
Thats the way key distribution in S/MIME works (except the point that the
keys are certified by CAs and distributed along with the signatures).
Alex, (Thawte Personal Web Of Trust Notary for S/MIME certificates)
* | Janusz A. "Alex" Urbanowicz, | DSS: 1024/0x21939169
--+~| | http://eris.phys.uni.torun.pl/~alex/ | D-H: 2048/0xA2E48564
\_|/ | |_ RSA: 512/0xAB425659
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