Keys not trusted
Fri May 9 18:49:02 2003
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On Tuesday 06 May 2003 9:58 pm, Malte Gell wrote:
> By the way, if you want to get subscribed to lots of mailing lists,
> the --auto-key-retrieve option may bloat your key ring in the long
> run. It may contain lots of keys from people you may never have
> contact with
I am subscribed to 10 mailing lists, on four of which I am a Moderator. =20
I use the --auto-key-retrieve option always.
It has been a feature of the way I used PGP and latterly GPG that I=20
regularly do keyring maintenance. Once a week, I weed out keys from my=20
keyring that I have no use for, and I've been doing this since the=20
heady days I was indtroduced to DOS and PGP 2.6.x. Weekly maintenance=20
also gives me the chance to test keyservers, and check the trustdb.
I am surprised that you appear not to do this too. Or am I unusual in=20
my use of GPG?
GPG Keys at firstname.lastname@example.org
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