This IS about GD - a proposal on dealing with the problem
JPClizbe at comcast.net
Mon Sep 12 01:07:38 CEST 2005
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Bob Henson wrote:
> A P.S. to the last message. I added the above lines and tried again, and
> neither refreshing a key from the keyserver, uploading a key, nor
> downloading a new key cause the "clean" to run.
> I must be doing something silly in the set-up. I created a new file in the
> same directory as gpg.exe (OK?) called gpg.conf (OK?) and added to it
> *exactly* your lines above (not line wrapped in the case of the third line.
> I exited Thunderbird, restarted, and tried the keyserver procedures above.
> No joy. Does that sound correct?
gpg.conf must be in your GnuPG home directory. On Windows systems, this is
equivalent to %APPDATA%\GnuPG or, fully expanded,
C:\Documents and Settings\User Name\Application Data\GnuPG
> Maybe it doesn't work via Enigmail? I'm using GPG 1.4.2 via Enigmail
> 0.92.0.0. I checked the doc file I got with GPG 1.4.2 and whilst it lists
> the import/export-options "clean" command there is no equivalent
> key-server-option "clean" command listed - this may just be an oversight in
> the doc file, of course.
- From the gpg.man file that shiped with 1.4.2:
This is a space or comma delimited string that gives options
for the keyserver. Options can be prepended with a `no-' to
give the opposite meaning. Valid import-options or export-
options may be used here as well to apply to importing
(--recv-key) or exporting (--send-key) a key from a key-
server. While not all options are available for all key-
server types, some common options are:
"Valid import-options or export-options..." -- it's in the documentation.
John P. Clizbe Inet: JPClizbe(a)comcast DOT nyet
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