Automatically getting a key?

Dave Harvill
Tue, 27 Jul 1999 20:03:43 -0400 (EDT)

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It works just fine here.  I put the name of a keyserver in my
~/.gnupg/options file, and anytime I need a key I don't have, it checks
that server.  FWIW, I use

- -dave

On Tue, 27 Jul 1999, Merell L. Matlock Jr wrote:

> Has anybody been able to get the automatic key retrieval function to work?
> I've tried and tried, but it just will not pull in keys that a manual check
> indicates *are* on the server.
> BTW, approximately. 20 different servers have been tried, all no-go. :(
> Merell
> --
> Merell L. Matlock, Jr. When crypto is outlawed, only outlaws
> and politicians will have crypto.
> PGP KeyID(s): 0xA02C8861 (D-H) 0xC1D6E2FD (DSS) (Preferred)
> 0x4DF73441 (RSA) 0x57C48403 (RSA)
> Linux = Free (From M$) at last!
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