GPG equivalent of PGP's --group option?
Freedom_Lover at pobox.com
Wed Aug 4 20:04:46 CEST 2004
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Kerry Walker wrote:
> Does anyone know of a solution that is part of the GPG
man gpg has this:
- --group name=value1 [value2 value3 ...]
Sets up a named group, which is similar to aliases in email
programs. Any time the group name is a recipient (-r or
--recipient), it will be expanded to the values specified.
Multiple groups with the same name are automatically merged
into a single group.
The values are key IDs or fingerprints, but any key descrip-
tion is accepted. Note that a value with spaces in it will
be treated as two different values. Note also there is only
one level of expansion - you cannot make an group that points
to another group. When used from the command line, it may be
necessary to quote the argument to this option to prevent the
shell from treating it as multiple arguments.
Todd OpenPGP -> KeyID: 0xD654075A | URL: www.pobox.com/~tmz/pgp
I used to think the brain was the most advanced part of the body.
Then I realized, look what's telling me that.
-- Emo Phillips
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