Using subkeys to renew an expiring key
qed at tiscali.it
Tue Aug 29 17:28:00 CEST 2006
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On 08/29/2006 04:36 PM, SeidlS at schneider.com wrote:
> Your talking about document inbound to my process, encrypted by the other
> organizations. That should work without an issue as you pointed out, but
> what about the outbound process? In that instance we would be encrypting
> the file and sending it to the other organizations to be decrypted... would
> those orgainzations that haven't updated to the new key have problems
> decrypting the file?
This is a rather strange statement.
Other organizations should have their OWN pubkeys to which documents
sent to them are encrypted.
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