Mozilla/Netscape OpenPGP plugin

Ralf Hildebrandt Ralf Hildebrandt <>
Wed, 9 Aug 2000 10:46:22 +0200

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On Wed, Aug 09, 2000 at 09:31:24AM +0200, Werner Koch wrote:

> I am working on it. Since yesterday M17 is able to decrypt messages
> and verify signatures. I have also found a way to do encrypting (and
> signing) - this basically works but it is a hack because I don't know
> enough about all the Mozilla internals. The next step is to replace
> the fixed recipient by a more usable method ;-) Ohhh, if Mozilla would
> startup a little bit faster ...
> I will post diffs in a few days.
Great. Will that be interoperable with mutt's PGP/MIME ? --=20 Ralf Hildebrandt <> I wish you'd tell me what kind of systems they're using instead, because HP can't be doing much worse than Sun "would you like the compiler or internet options with that" Microsystems, or Silicon "hey be glad the support-contract number isn't a 1-900" Graphics. Then there's Digital "It sucks in 64 bits, you can't suck in 64 bits anywhere else" Equipment Corp (Did we mention it's 64 bits?).=20 --Q68bSM7Ycu6FN28Q Content-Type: application/pgp-signature Content-Disposition: inline -----BEGIN PGP SIGNATURE----- Version: PGPfreeware 5.0i for non-commercial use MessageID: EFdCAVjLBMLki/JnCZIYqUwsDmCNcwiH iQCVAwUBOZEaW0nh/jPvZzKNAQGBTQQAkgFdYc43ri25KuL5IeAQ9jxjlh7XMEr6 vFxBlTd48QfTmvf7shHkpWJdLb6K3CG/XdgjLClBV/E9FEZwCsoLYMsqBFOraZMs P7nlKWSw6mj68/1Fj62tuL4lZORa72/2Mb3fBpef8uitsezeC+VbXjt9IPXiApqd N9oS+be7EGc= =CAvc -----END PGP SIGNATURE----- --Q68bSM7Ycu6FN28Q-- -- Archive is at - Unsubscribe by sending mail with a subject of "unsubscribe" to