How does trust work?
Huels, Ralf KSV
28 Aug 2000 08:12:27 +0200
> ID4 - My key
> ID3 - Subkey of Jim's comm-key
> ID2 - Jim's comm-key
> ID1 - Jim's auth-key
> ID0 - Old key of Jim's
> ID-1 - Old key of Jim's
> ID-2 - Subkey of Jim's key with ID0
> Note from the last message that I specify the key ID when I
> encrypt, rather than an e-mail address. Since those two keys (ID1
> and ID-1) are different, can you recommend a solution, or a reason
> this is not working?
Sorry, in my last post I confused ID0 with ID2.
ID2 is signed with ID1, which is signed with ID4, so IMO ID2
should be considered valid (-/f).
I really donīt see whatīs wrong in your case. If I import a
friendīs key that is signed with my home key which is set to
f/f here at work, the trust of the friendīs key gets set to
Sorry, I canīt help you. Try the whole procedure from scratch, maybe?
Ralf Hüls Bismarckplatz
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