Wed Jan 16 16:21:01 2002
Do #3. You should also be able to remove the old userid. Upload the
changed key to the key server.
From: Jeffery Cann [mailto:firstname.lastname@example.org]
Sent: Tuesday, January 15, 2002 5:08 PM
Subject: Revocation questions
I was signing my emails (in KDE Kmail) with a gpg signature I created based
an email account that is no longer valid, and I am unsure if I should:
1. Publish my revocation certificate and then generate a new keypair. My
has not been compromised, so I do not know if that is the strict use of
2. Expire my current keypair and then generate a new keypair.
3. Keep current keypair and add a new userid to my current keypair. If I
this, can I reset the new userid to be the primary one?
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