Can I create domain keys?
expires2013 at ymail.com
Wed Aug 14 23:19:16 CEST 2013
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On Wednesday 14 August 2013 at 4:36:34 AM, in
<mid:1376451394.71981.YahooMailNeo at web163905.mail.gq1.yahoo.com>, Foo
> I would like to create a domain key,
> which can be used
> for all emails in a particular domain. For example, if
> the key is for "*@example.com", then sending to both
> "foo at example.com" and "bar at example.com" would use this
> Is this possible with GPG?
You can create a key with whatever information you wish to put in the
user-id(s), truthful or otherwise.
You can encrypt a message to any key you choose, regardless of whether
the information in the key's user-id matches the name or email address
of the person you are trying to contact.
A key identifying itself as connected to the email address
"*@example.com" rather than "foo at example.com" may be missed when an
email program passes "foo at example.com" to GnuPG as the search string
for an encryption key (and when GnuPG passes the string to a
And a user-id containing the email tally "*@example.com" may reduce
your ability to participate in the web of trust. People who sign each
a user-id individually and then send the key in an encrypted message
to the email address in that user-id cannot send you their
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