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|ID||Project||Category||View Status||Date Submitted||Last Update|
|0000723||Main CAcert Website||GPG/PGP||public||2009-04-22 22:02||2012-12-20 15:49|
|Platform||Main CAcert Website||OS||N/A||OS Version||stable|
|Summary||0000723: No notify mail on expiring sigs on OpenPGP Keys|
|Description||If a X.509 key expires there is a notify mail to inform you so you can renew/create a new cert in time.|
There is no such thing for OpenPGP Keys.
The system should save the date a sig is expiring and send a email $SOME_TIME before it expires so the user an resign his/her key.
The system should calculate the date when a uid gets not signed by CAcert and send you an email $SOME_TIME before.
Maybe it is best to do the first thing but test if there is any newer sig on the uid so the user does not get a notify mail in case he/she just resigned the key short before the notify.
|Steps To Reproduce||sign a OpenPGP key and wait a year.|
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