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 Select your key pair and choose Edit → Manage User IDs from Key Management, or choose Manage User IDs from the Key Properties of your key. A window will pop up to show you a list of all user IDs (primary user ID and all additional user IDs) that are currently associated with the key. If this is the first time you perform this operation, your key will have only a primary user ID.\\  Select your key pair and choose Edit → Manage User IDs from Key Management, or choose Manage User IDs from the Key Properties of your key. A window will pop up to show you a list of all user IDs (primary user ID and all additional user IDs) that are currently associated with the key. If this is the first time you perform this operation, your key will have only a primary user ID.\\ 
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 The Add and Delete buttons add and delete other user IDs. A user ID is composed of a name and email address; it is also possible to put an optional comment. The Add and Delete buttons add and delete other user IDs. A user ID is composed of a name and email address; it is also possible to put an optional comment.
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