GPGrelay does not recognize Gpg-2.1 keys; Gpg4win-3beta...
m.mansfeld at mansfeld-elektronik.de
Fri Feb 12 10:28:37 CET 2016
On 12 Feb 2016 at 9:35, gnupgpacker wrote:
> Wowh, what a comprehensive answer... :)
> > Furthermore, pipes do generally work on Windows.
> > Wouldn't this work?
> > gpg2\gpg2.exe --export | gpg14\gpg.exe --import
> Similar pipes are working in Windows.
> > gpg2\gpg2.exe --export-ownertrust >C:\temp\exported.trust
> > gpg2\gpg2.exe --output C:\temp\exported.keys --export
> > del %APPDATA%\GNU\GnuPG\pubring.gpg
> > gpg14\gpg.exe --import C:\temp\exported.keys
> > gpg14\gpg.exe --import-ownertrust C:\temp\exported.trust
> > gpg14\gpg.exe --check-trustdb
> If respecting own pathes and user rights with care, it seems to be a practicable way.
> Regular backup recommended.
> Thanks once more and regards, Chris
Maybe it will become a bit more complicated if it is necessary to
keep the keyrings syncronized in both directions. This will happen at
least if you let GPGRelay "Learn aliases from POP3"....
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