keys require a user-id

Mark azbigdogs at
Fri May 22 06:20:13 CEST 2020

Thanks I may take a look at it and just see what it does. I'm still VERY
much a novice in regards to all this so just trying to learn more. My
"experiment" with Kleopatra was just to see if I could since it said
"optional" for the name part. 

Sorry, not sure who dkg is but have seen those initials mentioned a few

On 5/21/2020 7:30 AM, Stefan Claas wrote:
> Mark wrote:
> Hi,
>> Did a bit more experimenting with it.  You can have something only in
>> the first name field but it has to be a minimum of 5 characters and
>> the first one must be a letter. ..
> If you are familiar with GnuPG in command line mode you may try out
> sequoia pgp, which I compiled a Windows binary for, so that you
> can see how easy it is to have UID-less public keyblocks and how
> to assign labels for such keys.
> dkg once said IIRC 'less is more', not in this context but this
> is what I love about sequoia pgp.
> Regards
> Stefan 

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