Mon Apr 16 19:24:01 2001
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On Mon, Apr 16, 2001 at 10:06:45AM +0000, Subba Rao wrote:
> I have tried this and got a long list of servers along with the some of the
> servers you mentioned. Do I need to upload my public key to all these servers
> or do the key servers exchange the new/updated keys? The main server I relied
> on until now was www.keyserver.net. It looks like you need to add you public
> key ID AND the keyserver name as part of the signature. If there is better
> and transparent solution, please do let me know.
In general, they all sync with each other. I got your key off of pgp.mit.edu
and certserver.pgp.com as well as horowitz.surfnet.nl, but one caveat is that
the pgp.com ones don't always add their keys back out to the other servers.
Of course sometimes there is a propogation delay of a day or two.
Caution: in case of rapture, this computer will be unoccupied!
PGP 0xE177AFF0 fingerprint AB94 E395 78CE 0967 2542 A7B3 178C 3E66 E177 AFF0
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