andy at strugglers.net
Thu Feb 17 02:17:34 CET 2005
On Wed, Feb 16, 2005 at 08:03:12PM -0500, David Shaw wrote:
> To be sure, they key that is stored on the keyserver is full of all
> sorts of bad data (data in the wrong place, etc), but GnuPG doesn't
> really care about that, as it skips the bad stuff. The keyserver
> operators may care to figure out how your key was so mangled, but
> regular users should just see a good key for you. GnuPG doesn't even
> print out the warnings about skipping bad data unless you ask for it.
Unfortunately, I now have multiple correspondents who I would like
to receive encrypted mail from who cannot import my key at all using
gpg so that they can encrypt things to 0x604DE5DB.
I will get the exact error messages from them.
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