Newbie w/ strange error msg
Mon Jun 30 03:52:56 2003
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GPG uses a configuration file called ~/.gnupg/gpg.conf instead of the
older ~/.gnupg/options. If you want to get rid of the warning message,
just rename the file named "options" to "gpg.conf".
The warning has nothing to do with anything else, so you can choose to
ignore it as well.
On Thursday, June 26, 2003, at 12:09 AM, Michael Schweppe wrote:
> However a friend recently started using PGP 8 and sent me an encrypted
> message with my public key. When I went to decrypt it I got this text
> in a pop up dialog box:
> gpg: NOTE: old default options file '/Users/michaels/.gnupg/options'
> Can someone tell me what this means?
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