finding a key by email on pgp.net?
Tue, 1 Aug 2000 19:23:30 -0400
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Is this possible?
I know I can get keys and addresses by key-id, and that gpg does that
automatidally, but what if I want to encrypt to somebody who I know has
a public key on pgp.net, who's key is likely signed by somebody I trust,
but who's key id or public key I don't know? Do I have to get him to
email me his key, then check pgp.net for confirmation that it's his?
Sam Roberts (email@example.com), Cogent Real-Time Systems (www.cogent.ca)
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