On Tue, Mar 15, 2005 at 02:47:35PM -0500, Ian Goldberg wrote:
> > this is actually a very good solution for
> > me. The only thing I don't like about it is that it stores the private
> > key on your machine. I understand why that is, but it also means that
> > if you switch machines with the same login (home/work), you have to
> > reverify the fingerprint out of band (assuming you care enough to do
> > that in the first place).
> You can also just copy your otr.private_key file around.  See, for
> example, http://chris.milbert.com/AIM_Encryption/

It would be helpful if you could specify the location of the private
key file, so then it could be on a thumb drive or something similar.

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