How do I check a copy of my public key?

Thomas Sjögren thomas at
Tue Dec 2 17:01:37 CET 2003

On Tue, Dec 02, 2003 at 08:51:56AM -0700, Paul E Condon wrote:
> When I do --send-keys, how can I 
> check that the updated key information is, in fact,
> available from the keyserver? 

You can use --recv-key <keyid> to retrieve the key from a keyserver or
--search-key <keyid> to search for it. 

> Or, that after a day or
> so, it is available from some other keyserver?

Depends on what software the keyserver is running, but the key should be
available on the other keyservers in a couple of days.

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