Which Key server?
JPClizbe at comcast.net
Wed Jan 14 13:22:49 CET 2004
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Charly Avital wrote:
> I am testing Enigmail with Thunderbird for Mac OS X. There is no
> separate setting for keyservers. Enigmail is configured to use GnuPG by
> entering in its Preferences GnuPG Executable Path. Therefore the
> keyserver must be set in GnuPG's gpg.conf file, and Enigmail will behave
> accordingly. BTW, it works great.
I'm using Enigmail 0.82.4 on a win32 box, at the bottom of the Basic
Preferences configuration window is a space for "Keyserver".
Enigmail will use this if specified by including "--keyserver <entry>" on
the command line sent to GnuPG.
If the entry is blank, Enigmail relies on whichever, if any, keyserver is
configured in gpg.conf.
A future version of Enigmail will offer a selection of keyservers (user
configurable) from which to choose.
(Werner, David: Has any thought been given to supporting multiple
keyserver entries in gpg.conf and polling them in succession like the PGP
GUI does when autoretrieving/searching?)
John P. Clizbe Inet: JPClizbe(a)comcast DOT nyet
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