Brenno J.S.A.A.F. de Winter
Sun Mar 9 13:54:01 2003
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|Just a wild guess: Maybe signing keys doesn't work because gpg tries
|to use your expired key for signing?
That might be so. But I have indicated several times that this shouldn't
be the default key.
| BTW, you could have simply extended the expiration date of your old key
| instead of creating a new one. Especially if you already had some
| signatures on your old key you should have done this (unless you
| consider your expired key as too insecure).
That's what I should have done :-(. Now I can't delete the old one since
I still have old e-mails to store.... The fact of life is that I stopped
short of thinking this properly over.
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