Key e-mail address
Fri Oct 11 10:56:02 2002
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In my case, someone who is in my gpg list chaned his email
address. I have to choose his old email address when I want
to mail him by gpg.
I tried follow action to add his new email address in my
gpg list. But gpg --edit-key [his id] prompt says like this.
Command> adduid his_new_id@new_domain.com
Need the secret key to do this.
How can I add his new email address to my gpg list so that I
can send him encrypted mail easily? (not choosing his old address)
On Sat, Aug 17, 2002 at 08:23:32PM +0200, Mark Kirchner wrote:
> Hi Jacob,
> On Friday, August 16, 2002, 9:37:59 PM, Jacob wrote:
> > Isn't there a way to list multiple e-mail addresses for one public key?
> Yes, definitely.
> > Would this be by adding subkeys,
> No, subkeys are not necessary.
> > or is there another way?
> You have to add another user-id:
> - edit the key ("gpg --edit YOUR_KEY_ID" e.g. "gpg --edit 0x19DC86D3"
> for my key)
> - add a user-id ("adduid")
> - enter the necessary information
> - save changes ("save")
> Of course, this is only possible for your own keys (you'll need the
> secret key).
> Mark Kirchner
> Key (0x19DC86D3) available: http://www.mark-kirchner.de/keys/key-mk.asc
Brian Lee - http://www.senux.com/en/
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