Quoting David Neary (dneary at wanadoo.fr):
> I've just discovered the joys of gpg, and I'm impressed at how
> nicely mutt handles it. There's some stuff I'd like to be able to
> do that I don't know how yet.
gpg must have the world's worst user interface. And you know it must
be _dreadful_ if even I feel that way. ;->
> 1) I'd like to register my public key somewhere where others can
> get it without me having to send it to them
$ gpg --send-keysgpg --keyserver pgp.dtype.org --send-keys bolsh at gimp.org
pgp.dtype.org is M. Drew Streib's keyserver. It automatically exchanges
keys with all other keyservers, so you need only send to one. Its Web
interface is at http://www.us.pgp.net/ .
> 2) I'd like to have mails automatically pgp signed on sending
Have a look at my gnupg lecture notes,
http://linuxmafia.com/~rick/lecture-notes/gnupg . It covers Mutt
> 3) I'd like to get a good long list of other people's public keys
> so that if the need arose we could talk about overthrowing malign
> eavesdropping governments and the like.
Drew's pages are a pretty good place to start.
Cheers, There are only 10 types of people in this world --
Rick Moen those who understand binary arithmetic and those who don't.
rick at linuxmafia.com
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