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linux:thunderbird [2006/03/18 22:07]
alien created
linux:thunderbird [2009/01/12 20:53] (current)
alien Show gpg fingerprint command examples
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 user_pref("mail.identity.id1.header.gpgfingerprint", "X-GPG-FINGRPRINT: F2CE 1B92 EE1F 2C0C E97E 581E 5E56 AAAF A75C BDA0"); user_pref("mail.identity.id1.header.gpgfingerprint", "X-GPG-FINGRPRINT: F2CE 1B92 EE1F 2C0C E97E 581E 5E56 AAAF A75C BDA0");
 </code> </code>
-Of course, the values are those of my own GPG key, you should fill in your own. Note, that I pointed the //X-GPG-PUBLIC_KEY// header to a GPG key server. This is where everyone should make his or her key available.+Of course, the values are those of my own GPG key (**0xA75CBDA0**), you should fill in your own. Note, that I pointed the //X-GPG-PUBLIC_KEY// header to a GPG key server. This is where everyone should make his or her key available.\\ You can print the //GPG fingerprint// using one of the following commands (the first two will show you my own GPG fingerprint, the last one will show fingerprints for every entry in your personal GPG keyring): <code>¬†
 +gpg --fingerprint 0xA75CBDA0¬†
 +gpg --fingerprint Eric Hameleers¬†
 +gpg --fingerprint</code>
  
 If your Thunderbird profile contains more than one identity, you might have to copy the three lines above multiple times, substituting the **id1** with //id2//, //id3//, and so on. If your Thunderbird profile contains more than one identity, you might have to copy the three lines above multiple times, substituting the **id1** with //id2//, //id3//, and so on.

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