simplifying the use of --throw-keyid option
Wed Apr 2 15:43:03 2003
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On Wed, Apr 02, 2003 at 03:39:35AM +0200, Malte Gell wrote:
> if one gets a message encrypted with the --throw-keyid option the=20
> receiver's GnuPG has to try all available secret keys and this can be a=
> bit annoying if one has several secret keys.
> So, wouldn't it be a nice idea to have a new option "--encrypted-with"=20
> to simplify this ?
The development branch has better handling of such messages. Instead
of prompting for each secret key, it prompts for a single passphrase
and tries it against all keys. This will be in 1.4.
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