In my particular case, I want to find out if an email address has a publickey associated to it that is publically available anywhere. I do not want to import the key automatically. I used to use this command:
Mar 1 2020
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Feb 10 2018
What's in daily use for 15 yrs? GPGME? I thought GPGME was new, but in any case it's broken in the cases mentioned in that thread.
Jan 19 2018
First, there is a documentation bug: args is undefined. It appears at the top of the man page, but nothing in the man page says what an argument is. The man page says --recipient is an "option" (but it's not, it's an argument, and the distinction is important). I broke neomutt recently because I read the GPG man page, which stipulates a particular sequence of tokens and implied that the old commandline was out of order. That is why it's suddenly a problem after 20 yrs.
Nov 14 2017
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Nov 11 2017
I don't recall, but I suppose I did. It may not have been a manual invocation, but possibly a batch job from mutt or something.
Oct 26 2017
I got it working.. turns out I had to force a migration by doing an rm ~/.gnupg/.gpg-v21-migrated.