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Manual Reference Pages  -  PGPRING (1)

NAME

pgpring - Mutt key ring dumper

CONTENTS

Syntax
Description
Options
Environment
Authors

SYNTAX

pgpring [ -k keyring ] [ -2 | -5 ] [ -s ] [ -S ] [ -f ]

DESCRIPTION

pgpring is a key ring dumper. It extracts information from PGP’s binary key ring and emits it in an (almost) readable output format understood by mutt’s key selection routines. This output format mimics the one used by the GNU Privacy Guard (GPG).

OPTIONS

-k keyring
  Dump the contents of the specified keyring.
-2 Use the default keyring for PGP 2.x.
-5 Use the default keyring for PGP 5.
-s Dump the secret keyring.
-S Dump signatures.
-f Dump fingerprints.

ENVIRONMENT

HOME Full path of the user’s home directory.
PGPPATH Directory in which the user’s PGP public keyring can be found.

AUTHORS

Thomas Roessler <roessler@does-not-exist.org>

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Unix PGPRING (1) May 2013

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