dissectingtable at comcast.net
Thu Jan 8 12:26:21 CET 2004
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Haesle, David wrote:
| I have just started to look at your freeware gpg.exe for windows
| 2000 and I have a simple question for you. I have imported one
| public key for my test and when I try to encrypt a file,
| the executable prompts me with a "User ID" question. What
| am I suppose to put for the UserID?
How I usually do it:
cat clearfile | gpg -ear recipient_email at domain.com > clearfile.gpg
the -r in the parameters list means "recipent" and it's the email
address that resolves the name.
If you often send to the same recipient (e.g. yourself) you can create a
~ gnupg/gnupg.conf file (or "options" in pre-1.2.4) with the line
default-recipient email at domain.com
"Many who can accept the premises of quantum mechanics when it comes to
photons and polarization suffer a philosophical loss of nerve at the
notion that it could actually be a description of nature. But it is."
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