Transform Meta Info
|Display Name||To Email Address [PGP]|
|Short Description||This transform contacts a public PGP keyserver and retrieves the person's email address - if it exists.|
|Author||Roelof Temmingh (firstname.lastname@example.org)|
This transform queries a public PGP key server to see if the person's name exists in the key database. It returns entries as email address entities. Some things to keep in mind - if the name is very common (John Smith) you are going to get a lot of false positives. Also - the information kept in the database might be out of date. This transform is useful to get long forgotten email addresses for people with an unique name / surname combination. The transform will query the following PGP key servers:
Typical Use Case
Starting with the person "Andrew Walters" this transform queries the PGP servers to find emails matching that name. In this case records are found for 5 email addresses registered to someone named "Andrew Walters".