keyservers and mutt

Goran Ristic
Thu, 10 Feb 2000 23:42:18 +0000

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On Thu, Feb 10, 2000 at 11:49:16AM +0100, Werner Koch wrote:

> You have to give the --keyserver option to enable keyserver access.
Can't believe this options works only on con? It is enabled in the configuration file.
> By default there is no keyserver access enabled and no hardcoded=20
I already enabled this option. BTW: is it important on which position in the options file each command/option is?
> name. Use strace to find out which files gpg tries to read. Is there
Sorry. I would if I could. ;) I don't know how I should use strace out of mutt? - Couldn't find the option in the man for strace.
> a wrapper which uses --options to read another file? Strange. I
> wouldn't trust such a system.
Sorry, but I do not understand this. I guess you mean with "wrapper" my MUA mutt? AFAIR starts mutt gpg when I receive a mail with pgp/gpg signature and gpg reads its options.=20 (?) If so, I don't have any choice - except disabling the gpg/pgp features in m= utt completely. But this would be very uncomfortable. ;) --=20 With best wishes, GR To Mucki and Nane: miss you even now. Live is too short to waste it with M$. --KsGdsel6WgEHnImy Content-Type: application/pgp-signature -----BEGIN PGP SIGNATURE----- Version: GnuPG v1.0.1 (GNU/Linux) Comment: For info see iD8DBQE4o0zagMmev29sTJwRATDeAKCqG26pfPG3VakQFFrCAvXCW8baQwCgjEac cDkjzfsEvQYqxjkSkhBgrLI= =hJT8 -----END PGP SIGNATURE----- --KsGdsel6WgEHnImy--