First Time Setup Confusion
faramir.cl at gmail.com
Thu May 29 16:41:50 CEST 2008
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Carlos Williams escribió:
> On Thu, May 29, 2008 at 4:36 AM, Hardeep Singh <hs2412 at gmail.com
> <mailto:hs2412 at gmail.com>> wrote:
> Hi Carlos
> Step 1 is to read this:
> Thanks all. It appears I have a better understanding of how this works
> in general based on the online documentation I read which is vendor neutral.
> Now my only question is that GPG seems to function nativly on most
> common Linux systems but my question is what if I have a Linux email
> server that has 50 Outlook / Windows XP clients who connect to it via
> IMAP4. In this case I see that there are some options but I don't know
> how supported or buggy they are. What does this list recommend for
> Windows / Outlook clients sending encrypted email using GNUPG?
I don't know if outlook supports gpg, but if not, I would install
gpgshell, a GUI for gpg, I would write the messages in outlook or
notepad, copy the text to the clipboard, use gpgtray (a tool from
gpgshell) to encrypt the clipboard content, and paste it into the
message I am writting. You can encrypt files too, using gpgtools, before
attaching them to the email message. But probably there is a better way
to do it...
If the client was outlook express, I would recommend to replace it
with mozilla thunderbid with enigmail addon, but it is not the case...
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