Kmail and gpg

Bob Richards bob at
Thu Aug 24 18:00:26 BST 2006

On Wednesday 23 August 2006 13:18, Dan Johansson wrote:
> And you could add the following line to gpg.conf (all in one line):
> keyserver-options auto-key-retrieve include-disabled include-revoked
> honor-keyserver-url

That did the trick! Thanks....

Your signed message now roughly says:

Message was signed by Dan.Johansson at XXX.XX (Key ID: 0x17EB372A2FB894AD).
The signature is valid, but the key's validity is unknown.

and I do not have your key on my keyring! Perfect!

Three more questions on this subject:

1)  is there a published list of valid hkp servers somewhere?
2)  some of the docs say to use the form x-hkp:// instead of hkp:// which is 
3) is it valid to have more than one keyserver line in gpg.conf? so that if 
one is unreachable the next one is used?



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