GPG equivalent of PGP's --group option?
Carl William Spitzer IV
cwsiv at keepandbeararms.com
Thu Aug 12 06:28:57 CEST 2004
On Wed, 2004-08-04 at 12:17, David Shaw wrote:
> On Wed, Aug 04, 2004 at 12:45:05PM -0500, Kerry Walker wrote:
> > I use PGP to encrypt data for sending to various end users by
> > encrypting files using their public key they have provided. To make
> > it possible for me to associate their key with a meaningful user_id
> > , I use the PGP --group-add option to create a group name containing
> Yes, there is a --group command. Stick in your gpg.conf file:
> group name_you_want_to_use = keyid1 keyid2 keyid3 keyid4
Is there a limit as to how people to whom a message can be encrypted.
In the old days of pgp2.6.x the limit was three.
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