Re: gpg/pgp noise
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On 08/05/12 11:43, Indulekha wrote:
> I'm getting this with most gog/pgp-signed mails received from this
> list (using mutt):
> [-- PGP output follows (current time: Tue 08 May 2012 05:35:27 AM
> CDT) --] gpgkeys: key 7356B378DEA22DE9 not found on keyserver gpg:
> Signature made Tue 08 May 2012 02:04:44 AM CDT using RSA key ID
> DEA22DE9 gpg: requesting key DEA22DE9 from ldap server
> keyserver.pgp.com gpg: no valid OpenPGP data found. gpg: Total
> number processed: 0 gpg: Can't check signature: public key not
> found [-- End of PGP output --]
> [-- The following data is signed --]
> PGP signature could NOT be verified.
> My public key has been published, and I followed the exact
> procedure I used last time in muttrc to make this crap work. Am I
> powerless over other peoples' misconfigured gpg here, or does this
> indicate some error on my part? Anyone know a way to simply filter
> out all that annoying gpg/pgp noise? I don't actually care if it
> really works, just don't want to see the garbage huge blocks of
> text and error messages. Have read way to many howtos and am
> contemplating just filtering all gpg/pgp users. I don't want to,
> but neither do I want to spend hoours working to accomodate the
> people who insist on signing mail to a mailing list -- Thanks!
Increasing the pool of servers that gpg checks may alleviate your
problem but it's more than likely to be people haven't exported their key.
Mine has been exported. See how you view that one.
Debian Squeeze, Fedora Verne, OS X Snow Leopard, Ubuntu Oneiric
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