Problems with an expired key...

L. Sassaman
Wed, 15 Mar 2000 14:40:34 -0800 (PST)

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Do you have the old key set as the default key in your .gnupg/options

On Tue, 14 Mar 2000, Christopher Smith wrote:

> Ok.. So now I seem to have everything right messed up. :-(
> My old key expired. I wanted to have interoperability between Linux
> and Windows, so I generated my next key with PGP for Windows, and then
> imported it into GPG.
> Unfortunately, GPG seems to still like my old key (even if I disable
> it). Although I get warnings when I decrypt that my key has expired,
> when I encrypt it seems to still want to use the old key.
> I think it'd be doing the same thing with signatures but for the fact
> that I specified the default-key option to my new key.
> Is there some way to get around this problem that doesn't involve
> dumping my old key from my keyring (still handy for reading old
> messages)?
> --Chris
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