From: Gavin McCullagh (ilug_gmc at domain fiachra.ucd.ie)
Date: Wed 10 Jul 2002 - 10:38:38 IST
On Wed, 10 Jul 2002, David Neary wrote:
> 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.
> 1) I'd like to register my public key somewhere where others can
> get it without me having to send it to them
(or something like that)
> 2) I'd like to have mails automatically pgp signed on sending
.muttrc send hooks such as:
(somebody\ at domain somewhere.org|billy\ at domain william\.com) \
pgp_autosign=yes; set pgp_autoencrypt=yes"
> 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.
I use "keylookup", the ncurses tool for searching keyservers. It's nice.
Not perhaps exactly what you want though. You can add this if you want,
I've never much liked malign eavesdropping governments:
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