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NAME
       mutt_pgpring - Mutt key ring dumper

SYNTAX
       mutt_pgpring [ -k keyring ] [ -2	| -5 ] [ -s ] [	-S ] [ -f ]

DESCRIPTION
       mutt_pgpring  is	a key ring dumper.  It extracts	information from PGP's
       binary key ring and emits it in an (almost) readable output format  un-
       derstood	 by  mutt's key	selection routines.  This output format	mimics
       the one used by the GNU Privacy Guard (GPG).

OPTIONS
       -k keyring
	      Dump the contents	of the specified keyring.

       -2     Use the default keyring for PGP 2.x.

       -5     Use the default keyring for PGP 5.

       -s     Dump the secret keyring.

       -S     Dump signatures.

       -f     Dump fingerprints.

ENVIRONMENT
       HOME   Full path	of the user's home directory.

       PGPPATH
	      Directory	in which the user's PGP	public keyring can be found.

AUTHORS
       Thomas Roessler <roessler@does-not-exist.org>

Unix				   May 2013		       mutt_pgpring(1)

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