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Specifies your private key's pass phrase for signing messages using the GNU Privacy Guard. To protect your passwords from being compromised, use the 0600 (u=rw,g=,o=) permissions for the configuration file, otherwise GNU Anubis won't accept them.
We recommend setting the `gpg-passphrase' once in your
configuration file, e.g. at the start of
GNU Anubis support for the GNU Privacy Guard is based on the GnuPG Made Easy library, available from http://www.gnupg.org/gpgme.html.
This command enables encrypting messages with the GNU Privacy Guard (Pretty Good Privacy) public key(s). gpg-keys is a comma separated list of keys (with no space between commas and keys).
gpg-encrypt "John's public key"
This command signs the message with your
GNU Privacy Guard private key. Specify a passphrase with
gpg-passphrase. Value `default' means your default
private key, but you can change it if you have more than one
gpg-passphrase "my office key passphrase" gpg-sign email@example.com
This command simultaneously signs and encrypts the message.
It has the same effect as
gpg command line switch
`-se'. The argument before the colon is a comma-separated list
of PGP keys to encrypt the message with. This argument is mandatory.
The gpg-signer-key part is optional. In the absence of it,
your default private key is used.
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