Expiry and subkeys

Ben Finney bignose@zip.com.au
Wed Jun 11 12:48:02 2003

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On 10-Jun-2003, Werner Koch wrote:
> On Tue, 10 Jun 2003 09:33:03 +1000, Ben Finney said:
> > echo 'Blah' | /usr/bin/gpg --armor --clearsign -
> > gpg: no secret subkey for public subkey 3D0FDD17 - ignoring
> This is a warning and with 1.2.2 it will only get printed with
> --verbose.

Thanks for that, I'll look forward to 1.2.2 appearing in my

I'm still concerned that this change occurred though, and would like to
find out what caused it.  The only thing I can think has happened is
that my public key has been signed and returned to me; but that happened
long after the expiry date for the old subkey.

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