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gpg-wks-server - Server for the Web Key Service
gpg-wks-server [COMMAND] [OPTIONS] [ARGS]
gpg-wks-server is a server for the Web Key Service. It can handle incoming mails with the --receive command. See the EXAMPLES section for procmail and crontab configurations. You also need a webserver configured to alias requests to /.well-known/openpgp/ and below to the /var/lib/gnupg/wks/<wkd-domain>/ directory.
--receive Receive a submission or confirmation. --cron Run regular jobs. --list-domains List configured domains, and checks some file and directory permissions. --version Show program version and some meta information. -h, --help Output a short usage information. --warranty Print warranty information. --dump-options Dump all available options and commands.
-v, --verbose Enable verbose output. -q, --quiet Be somewhat more quiet. --send Send the mail using sendmail. -o, --output FILE Write the mail to FILE. --from ADDR Use ADDR as the default sender. --header NAME=VALUE Add "NAME: VALUE" as header to all mails. Can be used to add a header for loop detections, see procmail example. --debug Set debugging flags. All flags are or-ed and flags may be given in C syntax (e.g. 0x0042) or as a comma separated list of flag names. To get a list of all supported flags the single word "help" can be used. --gpg GPG Use the specified command instead of gpg.
/var/lib/gnupg/wks/ Contains a subdirectory for each domain to run the server for. Each subdirectory is supposed to contain what should show up on https://.../.well-known/openpgp/. The user running gpg-wks-server needs write access to these subdirectories.
~/.procmailrc Store received emails in ~/Mail/ (create it manually first), uses From: email@example.com and X-WKS-Loop: example.com as loop detection: MAILDIR=$HOME/Mail LOGFILE=$HOME/Mail/from LOCKFILE=$HOME/Mail/.lockmail VERBOSE=yes # filter out FROM_DAEMON mails (bounces, ...) into separate mailbox :0 * ^FROM_DAEMON from-daemon/ # archive (copy!) all "normal" mails :0 c archive/ # if not in a loop: handle mails with gpg-wks-server :0 w * !^From: firstname.lastname@example.org * !^X-WKS-Loop: example.com |gpg-wks-server -v --receive \ --header X-WKS-Loop=example.com \ --from email@example.com --send # if handling failed: store in separate mailbox :0 e cruft/ ~/.forward In case procmail is not used automatically the following ~/.forward file might be useful: "|exec /usr/bin/procmail || exit 75" The double quotes are supposed to be included in the file! crontab You should run the --cron command once a day. Edit the crontab with crontab -e and append the following line: 42 3 * * * gpg-wks-server --cron
— Latest draft for the Web Key Service protocol: <https://tools.ietf.org/html/draft- koch-openpgp-webkey-service> — GnuPG on Web Key Service: <https://wiki.gnupg.org/WKS>
Please report bugs to <https://dev.gnupg.org>.
Copyright © 2017 Free Software Foundation, Inc. License GPLv3+: GNU GPL version 3 or later <https://gnu.org/licenses/gpl.html> This is free software: you are free to change and redistribute it. There is NO WARRANTY, to the extent permitted by law. This manpage was written by Stefan Bühler for the Debian distribution (but may be used by others).