Using gpg on multiple systems
Tue Feb 26 00:46:01 2002
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On Monday 25 February 2002 22:54, Mike Touloumtzis wrote:
> On Mon, Feb 25, 2002 at 04:54:41PM +0100, Janusz A. Urbanowicz wrote:
> > create a 'master' key at home and make a signing subkey - this you
> > export to work. It will allow you to operate like normally, but
> > this subkey can be easily revoked and replaced by new one if
> > compromised. The same for decrypting subkey.
> I have a work mail address and a personal mail address; I want mail
> sent to the work address to be encrypted to one subkey, and mail to
> the personal address to be encrypted to another (this type of setup
> is required by the thread's original poster due to his greater
> concerns about workplace security).
> When someone sends me mail, how do they choose which subkey is used?
They can specify the subkey's key id on the encryption command line.
> Can I associate a subkey with an ID?
> Or is using two completely
> different OpenPGP keys (which I do now) the only way to get this
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