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This was intended as a comment, but it's too long, hopefully it will give you some hints. Right now I don't have a mac to try OSX configs, but this is what I have now: pinentry: pinentry-program /usr/bin/pinentry #pinentry-program /usr/local/MacGPG2/libexec/pinentry-mac.app/Contents/MacOS/pinentry-mac default-cache-ttl 14400 max-cache-ttl 28800 enable-ssh-...


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There is EasyPG You can list keys with: M-xepa-list-keys.


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GPG is just an implementation of the PGP encryption standard, you can read more about it here; gpg keys can be a real pain, particularly on Windows, maybe try downloading the key and then using M-x package-import-keyring from within emacs to load the key manually?


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I encountered this issue. I solved it using the following steps in order: Installing Gpg4win Make sure that the folder c:/Progra~2/GnuPG/bin is on your path before any other installed versions of the GnuPG executables (in my case, I had it installed via msys2). Note that Progra~2 expands to "Program Files (x86)" on my system (I am using the 64 bit version ...


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