suggest a keyserver
Tue, 22 Aug 2000 14:31:08 -0400
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Jason, et al --
=2E..and then Jason Helfman said...
% What are some opinions of some good keyservers out there?
I have wwwkeys.us.pgp.net in my GPG options file, and it usually works.
I've been to Baal's MIT keyserver in the past, but it seems to be down
now; I also tried certserver.pgp.com with the same [lack of] results the
other day. I recently hit pgpkeys.mit.edu and found the key for which I
was hunting, so I'm happy with that.
I'm interested in the answers as well; I suspect that there may be "good"
and "not so good" keyservers, but also "near" and "far" keyservers that
might be considered. I dunno if "all keyservers" talk to each other or
if there are multiple key databases that are shared amongst a subset of
I'm on the mutt-users list but not the gnupg-users list, so please copy
[at least] me on any answers not going to m-u.
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