Those using PGP for encrypting/signing emails are probably familiar with PGP keysigning parties.

Recently I started using PIUS https://github.com/jaymzh/pius/ for signing the keys & sending the signed key via email to the intended recipient. Most folks are probably familiar with caff (https://www.mankier.com/1/caff)

I find that the installation and configuration is quite straight forward. To make sure that pius works with your mail server, you probably should configure your email settings in ~.pius/piusrc

Here's how mine looks like:

gpg-path=/usr/local/MacGPG2/bin/gpg2[mail=adli@]mailserver.netsigner=63523696[mail-user=adli@]mailserver.netmail-port=587mail-host=smtp.mailserver.com

Note that I've also included my default signing key id up there so that I can just do:

pius key-id-to-sign

And you'll then be prompted with the password of your mail server

There are some other options so do check out the man page or do a pius –help

#longlivepgp :-)