|Note: This answer pertains to PGP Desktop 9.0x and 9.5x installed on Windows 2000, XP, and 2003. Similar steps can be used on the Mac OS X.
The steps below apply to users running BlackBerry Device Software 4.1 with BES 4.0.2 or BES 4.1.
For versions of the PGP Support Pack for BlackBerry newer than 4.1 with BES 4.1.2+ the steps below are not required.
The most commom situations that warrant the need to remove a preferred keyserver are:
If the preferred keyserver is our PGP Global Directory (ldap://keyserver.pgp.com), it is recommended that you follow a three step process to remove the preferred keyserver. These steps are:
Remove PGP Key from the PGP Global Directory
To remove your key from the PGP Global Directory open a web browser and navigate to https://keyserver.pgp.com
Remove Preferred Keyserver from your PGP Key properties
Upload Your Updated PGP Key to the PGP Global Directory Manually
If you wish to publish your key on the PGP Global Directory without a keyserver listed, follow the instructions below. Otherwise you can redistribute your key to those who will encrypt email to you manually.
|Caution: If you use PGP Desktop to send this key back to the PGP Global directory by right clicking on your key and selecting the Send To->ldap://keyserver.pgp.com:389 option, the PGP Global Directory will be automatically added to your key again as a preferred keyserver. You must upload the key manually as described below.|
To publish your key on the PGP Global Directory without adding keyserver.pgp.com as a keyserver you should do the following: