Which Key server?

Thomas Sjögren thomas at northernsecurity.net
Wed Jan 14 16:34:31 CET 2004

On Tue, Jan 13, 2004 at 10:49:48PM -0500, CL Gilbert wrote:
> whats with the hkp:// and the x-hkp:// stuff? I have never seen that
> before.  

hkp stands for HTTP Keyserver Protocol, x-hkp is hkp with an additional
More info:

> My program, enigmail, does not really have a place for the
> protocol, but just the server name, should that be ok?

That usuallt works as well, most programs add the needed protocol.

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