This article has two sections. The first one details how to import PGP keys using Encryption Desktop. The second section details how to export PGP keys using Encryption Desktop.
You can import PGP public keys and PKCS-12 X.509 certificates (a digital certificate format used by most Web browsers) to your PGP Keys keyring. You can also import Privacy Enhanced Mail (PEM) format X.509 certificates from your browser by copying and pasting into your public keyring.
There are many ways to import a PGP public key and add it to your keyring. These methods include:
You can export PGP keys from your PGP Keys keyring with one of the following ways:
There are several ways to import someones public key and add it to your keyring.
Note: After importing keys to Encryption Desktop, you may need to Sign or change the Trust level of the key.
There are several methods available to export keys out of Encryption Desktop.
Note: This will only export the public key. If you wish to include the private key (not recommended unless you are exporting the private key to another machine which you will be using), you may select the check box in the lower left titled "Include Private Key(s)".