Downloading public keys with GnuPG
Thu Jun 19 17:24:02 2003
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CL Gilbert wrote:
> First check the server for the key using the web interface, then check
> it with gpg. if gpg can't find it then, their is a problem. Maybe your
> firewall is blocking it or something!?
My firewall couldn't be the reason of this. I even shutted him down and
> my key is on pgp.mit.edu for sure. Some of the servers are flakey.
Yes, I already noticed that. My key is on pgp.mit.edu too.
I still have PGP installed and even PGP refuses to download the public
keys. Maybe it's just a problem with my computer (another one :( ).
I will wait until Mozilla 1.4 comes out (shouldn't be too long, they ar
now on Release Candidate 2). Then I will do a fresh install and install
the newest version of Enigmail. I hope it will work then.
Ben Branders [ www.benbranders.tk ]
Jabber ID : email@example.com [ www.jabber.org ]
Linux User #292068 [ http://counter.li.org ]
Public-key [ 0x46938FDB ] available from http://pgpkeys.mit.edu
More info : www.gnupp.org or www.pgpi.org or www.gnupg.org
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