Query keyserver with email address [was: invalid armor header]
Anthony E. Greene
Wed Aug 14 14:40:03 2002
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On 14-Aug-2002/07:42 -0400, David Shaw <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
>On Wed, Aug 14, 2002 at 01:45:05AM -0400, Anthony E. Greene wrote:
>> On 13-Aug-2002/18:45 -0400, Anita Lewis <email@example.com> wrote:
>> >I assume that if I do not know the Key ID, I must go to the server and check
>> >their email address to find it. Or is there someway to query the server
>> >with a gpg command using the email address?
>> That feature is not available yet.
>It is available in 1.0.7.
> gpg --keyserver (whatever) --search-keys firstname.lastname@example.org
>It works for the LDAP keyserver as well as most of the HKP and
I read the FAQ and the announcement for 1.0.7. Neither says anything
about that feature. That may be worth an upgrade by itself.
Anthony E. Greene <mailto:email@example.com>
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