__/ [Yves Bellefeuille] on Wednesday 31 August 2005 13:21 \__
> On Wed, 31 Aug 2005, Christian Christmann wrote:
>> I recive e-mails from somebody having these two lines
>> automatically added to his emails.
>> Encrypted e-mail preferred.
>> 0x9E513CA5 FA 1C 02 C9 58 04 57 6E 53 9C DF XX XX XX XX XX
>> I would like to send this person an encrypted mail. Is this
>> 0x9... his public key? Or what is it?
> No, that's the key number and finger print. If the user hasn't told
> you where to get his key, use a key server. If it's not available at a key
> server, ask the user to send it to you.
Also be sure check the message header. There is a field which often contains
to URL to fetch the key from.
Roy S. Schestowitz "Life is too short to proofread"