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I found my solution. GPG 1.0.7 does exactly what I want from the command
line smoothly and easily. Thanks to everyone who gave me ideas and
>> Perhaps I'm just thick, but I can't for the life of me figure out how to
>> get a key from a public keyserver via command-line PGP. I can search the
>> server just fine, but can't figure out how to get the key I find
>> downloaded and added to my keyfile.
> Put the following line in the ~/.pgp/pgp.cfg or the global
> pgp.cfg file.
> Default setting:
> KEYSERVER_URL =
> Identifies the URL of the default key server,
> for example, ldap://certserver.pgp.com.
Rev. Tim McIntire AIM: revtimmymac
http://www.reverendtim.com PGP Key ID: 0x0290EA17
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