Sat Aug 2 00:14:01 2003
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| David Shaw wrote:
|>An expired sig doesn't mean an expired key.
| Right, I didn't think it would, but I wasn't sure where else the
| was coming from.
|>The problem you are having is due to two user IDs that still have a 5-year
|>key expiration date set on them.
|> Todd <email@example.com>
| I caught on to that after Eugene posted and made me take another look at
| what's out there on the keyservers. I had just deleted those uid's
| key a while back before the revuid command was available and before I knew
| that it was better to revsig them at least. Hell, I might have done this
| before I was even using gpg, I don't know.
| As always, thanks for clarifying things David.
so are we saying any expired ID expires the whole key?
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