Key Revocation

Joseph Oreste Bruni jbruni at
Sat Apr 14 03:32:50 CEST 2007

You don't necessarily need to revoke your old key, just add your new  
email address (UID) to your existing key. If your earthlink address  
ever does go away, you can add a revocation to your earthlink UID and  
distribute that without having to change keys.


On Apr 13, 2007, at 4:00 PM, Chris wrote:

> This may sound simple, but I want to make sure I get it done right.  
> provider, Embarq, has dumped Earthlink as their mail provider sine  
> 9 April
> and setup their own mail servers. Simple, revoke the EL key and  
> make a new
> key for Embarq, except, the two have come to an agreement and that  
> is that
> Earthlink will continue to forward mail for Embarq users until 31 Oct.
> Question being do I keep the Earthlink key and also generate one  
> for my
> Embarq address or once I have everything setup for the Embarq servers
> generate one for Embarq and at that time reovke the Earthlink key?
> Thanks for any suggestions/advice.
> Chris
> -- 
> Chris
> KeyID 0xE372A7DA98E6705C
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