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Re: mutt, gpg and automated key retrival

On Sun, Sep 24, 2000 at 12:57:58AM +0200, Andreas Schuldei wrote:

> The newer mutt in woody comes with full support for gpg and has the
> configuration in /etc/Muttrc almost(?) complet.
> What I would like to see for some time now is that mutt finds the key of the
> author of signed mails on my favorit keyserver (if it is not there locally
> already) and checks the mails signature.

I didn't have to do anything unusual to get it to work--I simply added
"keyserver wwwkeys.pgp.net" into my ~/.gnupg/options file and it works
quite well.

Michael S. Fischer <michael@dynamine.net>, AKA Otterley          
Lead Hacketeer, Dynamine Consulting, Silicon Valley, CA               
Phone: +1 650 533 4684 | AIM: IsThisOtterley | ICQ: 4218323
PGP key fingerprint: 53BD 4179 C3C6 DF0F A8D6  10E6 E1D9 7091 D330 F08D
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