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Re: Multiple encryption subkeys



On Wed, 17 Jan 2007 17:49:31 -0500 Ingo Klöcker <kloecker@xxxxxxx> 
wrote:

>> (iirc, it's still not in the gpg manpage ;-) ),
>
>Fresh from the gpg manpage (version 1.4.2):
>
>Note that you can append an exclamation mark (!) to key IDs or 
>fingerprints. This flag tells GnuPG to use the specified primary 
>or 
>secondary key and not to try and calculate which primary or 
>secondary 
>key to use.


hmm,

i don't have the docs for 1.4.2 anymore ...

i couldn't find it in the manpage for 1.4.5 or 1.4.6
(and did a search for all '!'
and looked at all the instances of '!'
and the quote you mentioned isn't there)

is there a different manpage (gpg.man) for windows and for linux?

tia,

vedaal



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