Grouping Keys

David Shaw
Thu Jan 16 18:45:02 2003

On Thu, Jan 16, 2003 at 09:07:41AM -0800, Jeff Newton wrote:
> Can someone explain how to assign a name to a group of keys in gpg
> 1.2.0?
> According to man, I thought the following would work:
> gpg --group <name>=<keyid1>,<keyid2>
> But gpg asks for additional input (Go ahead and type your message ...)

You defined a group, but didn't use it.  Defining groups (while it
does work), is not that useful on the command line.

Try putting the group line in your gpg.conf file, and then encrypting
to the groupname just like you'd encrypt to any name. (-r groupname).


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