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accepted How do I display the usage flags for my encryption keys in a less hackish way?
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comment How do I display the usage flags for my encryption keys in a less hackish way?
Thank you, this is very helpful. Seems like this Torvalds-key has some special feature that hides the sub-key (i.e. when running gpg2 --list-keys 449FA3AB). However, the sub-key does show when running gpg2 --with-colons --list-keys 449FA3AB. What you say about separating the different key-features, with separate expiration dates, also makes good sense (However, I am still struggling to understand why I want a public key for signing, certifying other signatures, and for authentication, but that's focus of another this question, hence the parenthesis).
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asked How do I display the usage flags for my encryption keys in a less hackish way?
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accepted install GNU m4 1.4 or later on OSX
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comment Thunderbird send later [to:email address], unless new email from 'email address'
Thank you for responding to my question. I'm not sure what I get by using Schedulemailer that I don't have by using Send Later 4.1.6 plugin. Could you expand on your answer?
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comment Thunderbird send later [to:email address], unless new email from 'email address'
@Simkill, thank you for commenting on my question and thanks for your suggestion.
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