[Gpg4win-users-en] Key import problem

Bernhard Reiter bernhard at intevation.de
Thu Jan 21 11:13:30 CET 2010

Am Montag, 18. Januar 2010 09:23:18 schrieb commentator 84:
> I'm using pgp4win 2.0.1 on windows xp.
> I've got some trouble when try inport a key created with SECUDE Office
> Security Suite.
> I've got a message (from GPA): 1 keys is read, but 0 keys imported.

Did you check if the key was there afterwards?

> So, I can't encrypt mail to a recipient, because I can't import a key.
> Is it possible to import a keys that are created in SECUDE Office Security
> Suite, and aslo encrypt a message whith those keys?

We need more information to answer that question.
What kind of key? Best is an example that you link. (Those certificates are 
public anyway aren't they`? ;) )

Also see the bottom sections of  http://gpg4win.de/reporting-bugs.html
that will link you to 
so you can enable some developers verbose output.

For importing a certificate I suggest to try this on the command line with

gpg2.exe -vvv --import YOURKEY.xyz 


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