nymphemeral has its own GPG keyring within its base directory and it does not access information from the user keyring. Therefore, if you are going to use End-to-End Encryption, you have to manually add the respective key to the keyring.
Considering you will encrypt a message to a user whose public key is
pkey.asc file in the home directory. You can add it to
nymphemeral’s keyring with:
gpg --homedir ~/.config/nymphemeral --import ~/pkey.asc
Now you can type its UID or fingerprint when encrypting the message.
Similarly, you can also add private keys to the keyring if you expect to receive messages encrypted to a specific key you have. Either the GPG Agent or nymphemeral will automatically prompt you for a passphrase and decrypt the message.
nymphemeral’s package includes the public keys of the nym.now.im
server and the nymphemeral nym. By importing the former to the client
keyring you are able to create and use nyms on that server, and if you
need to contact us, the latter allows you to send end-to-end encrypted
email@example.com. In order to import them you
Import Default Keys in the
Nym Servers window
(presented in Managing Servers).
The included keys can be found in the
.asc files and a detached signature of nym.now.im’s public
key signed by the Jeremy Bentham Remailer Admin can be used to verify