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Re: expired gpg keys

also sprach Walt Mankowski <waltman@pobox.com> [2002.10.17.2231 +0200]:
> Gnupg added a feature to do this in version 1.0.7, although
> unfortunately it's poorly documented so not many people seem to know
> about it.  The option is --refresh-keys.  In 1.0.7 it was only
> documented in the release notes.  In 1.2.0 it's listed when you run
> "gpg -h" but it's still not documented in the man page.

Cool. But this is a rather time-consuming process. Is there a way to
have it refresh just the keys that are relevant as it verifies
a signature or decodes a message?

 .''`.     martin f. krafft <madduck@debian.org>
: :'  :    proud Debian developer, admin, and user
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