Keyservers (was: Re: Dumb Question)
Thu Aug 8 19:53:01 2002
Unfortunately, I have run into trouble. If you have multiple subkeys, esp.
with revokations on some, that server can mangle them beyond recognition.
On Thu, Aug 08, 2002 at 08:43:15PM +0300, Jussi Ekholm wrote:
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> Rodney D. Myers <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
> > Is wwwkeys.pgp.net the best keyserver?
> > I know, best, is very subjective.
> I've been using wwwkeys.pgp.net for a quite a while now, and so far
> haven't ran into trouble. Maybe couple of missing keys, but can't even
> remember when these things happened. So, IMHO: works well. I guess
> they all do, but I can't say anything about anything else than
> wwwkeys.pgp.net. :-)
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