Export public key to PGP with national characters...
Tue Dec 4 23:16:03 2001
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On Monday 03 December 2001 01:41, Gnupg User wrote:
> On Monday 03 December 2001 00:46, Ingo Klöcker wrote:
> >I guess you are fsck up because it's PGP which is not standard
> > compliant. And I doubt that anyone will make GnuPG violate the
> > OpenPGP specs just to make PGP happy.
> >The best would be to convince your customers to use GnuPG instead of
> > >the crappy PGP.
> >BTW, why don't you simply use PGP to generate keys which PGP can
> > >handle?
> It's my customers customer (one of the largest banks in Sweden)
> who has PGP and they has to verify my customers signing.
> PGP could import the GPG-keys but Names and Comment gets "crappy"!
I know. But it's definitely not gpg's fault. The reason for this is that
PGP is broken (it doesn't use utf-8 for User IDs and Comments) and thus
sucks. I'm really surprised that a large bank uses such a crappy
program. Obviously they don't know it better.
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