bahamut at digital-signal.net
Mon Jun 25 01:11:30 CEST 2007
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John Clizbe wrote:
>>> You also may wish to specify the new key as the default-key
>>> along with various other helpful settings in gpg.conf.
>> I can't get the format right.
> default-key 0xdecafbad # use this key to sign
> default-recipient-self # always encrypt a copy to me encrypt-to
> 0xdeadbeef # also encrypt to my second key
I forgot to move it to the right place. The format was right. :-[
>> I thought of something: why not delete the old key outright? Not
>> only has it been revoked, but that email address doesn't even
>> exist anymore (which is why I revoked it).
> The only reason for keeping your old key is to decrypt anything
> that may have been encrypted to it. If you delete the old key you
> will lose access to anything encrypted to that key.
I decided to export the pair, and then delete the copy inside the keyring.
Windows NT 5.1.2600.2180 | Thunderbird 126.96.36.199 | Enigmail 0.95.1 | GPG
Key ID: 0x60A78FCB - available on major keyservers and upon request
Fingerprint: 4A84 CAE2 A0D3 2AEB 71F6 07FD F88E 0340 60A7 8FCB
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