Thu Apr 3 02:27:11 2003
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On Wed, Apr 02, 2003 at 02:59:47PM -0600, Mike Campbell wrote:
> I'm new to GnuPG and trying to setup my private/public key.
> I have 2 email addresses that I would like to add to the key. I used
> 'gpg --gen-key' to generate the first uid and that works fine. I then
> used 'gpg --edit-key' and 'adduid' to add a 2nd email address to the
> key. This also completed just fine.
> However, the problem is that I can't figure out how to select which
> email address to sign/encrypt outgoing email.
> In some cases I want to sign/encrypt with my work key and in others
> using my home key.
> How do I do this or am I just totally off base?
If I understand your email properly, you have a single key with two
email addresses (work and home). In this case, it doesn't matter
which email address you use - they'll end up pointing to the same key.
If you have two actual different keys, then you can select which key
to use with the -u command line option.
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