On this page, we collect information on how to use
keys.openpgp.org with different OpenPGP
We are still in the process of adding more. If you are missing some, please write to us and we'll try to add it.
Enigmail for Thunderbird uses keys.openpgp.org by default since version 2.0.12.
Full support is available since Enigmail 2.1 (for Thunderbird 68 or newer):
OpenKeychain for Android uses keys.openpgp.org by default since July 2019.
Note that there is no built-in support for upload and e-mail verification so far.
GPG Suite for macOS will support keys.openpgp.org out of the box in an upcoming release.
To configure GnuPG to use keys.openpgp.org as keyserver, add this line to your gpg.conf file:
gpg --auto-key-locate keyserver --locate-keys firstname.lastname@example.org
Keys can be uploaded with GnuPG's --send-keys command, but identity information can't be verified that way to make the key searchable by e-mail address (what's that?).
gpg --export email@example.com | curl -T - https://keys.openpgp.org
gpg --export firstname.lastname@example.org > my_key.pub
This configuration is no longer necessary, but prevents regular certificates from working. It is recommended to simply remove this line from the configuration.
gpg: key A2604867523C7ED8: no user IDThis is a known problem in GnuPG. We are working with the GnuPG team to resolve this issue.
We offer an API for integrated support in OpenPGP applications. Check out our API documentation.
Missing a guide for your favorite implementation? This site is a work-in-progress, and we are looking to improve. Drop us a line at support at keys dot openpgp dot org if you want to help out!