writing a message

Brian Minton minton@csc.smsu.edu
Sat Feb 10 03:49:13 2001

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to sign, do gpg --clearsign, and to encrypt, do gpg -a --encrypt (you
don't really need the -a, but it makes it be human readable, instead
of sending a bunch of strange characters to your screen :-)

chronos wrote:

> Hi all,
> Well I got the signature file thing figured out as you can see
> below. Next question is how then do I type a messge with the keys ?
> I can enter into the directory and it says- go ahead and type your
> message. So then I type my message etc. What do I do to encrypt it
> and finish ?
> Thank you, Chronos.
> -- :g
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