Batch gpg encryption : prompt

Hauke Laging mailinglisten at
Wed Apr 20 10:26:04 CEST 2011

Am Mittwoch 20 April 2011 05:03:17 schrieb Daniel Kahn Gillmor:

> The right way to solve this problem is to instruct GPG that the key you
> are encrypting to is in fact the key owned by the relevant party.

By --trusted-key <long key ID> if you don't want (or can't) (l)sign the keys.

PGP: D44C 6A5B 71B0 427C CED3 025C BD7D 6D27 ECCB 5814
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