Re: GPG and Signing
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Michael Pobega escribió:
> I noticed a lot of people on this mailing list have GPG enabled in
> their emails, and now that I've seen it enough I'm wondering a few
> What exactly does GPG/GnuPG do?
Sign and/or encrypt things
> What are the advantages to having it?
You can be sure that the person is who says it is. Encrypt information.
> How do I set it up to recognize other people's signatures?
Some client should do it for you, or you can check the fingerprint with
the key in some pgp-server and check it manually. Mutt do that for you
automatically, I think, you should read 
> How do I set it up with my own signature, that works with Mutt?
Well, I guess that  should work
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