GPG and Eudora 4.3 Pro
Sat, 04 Nov 2000 13:24:58 -0500
On Sat, 4 Nov 2000 15:14:54 +0100 or Thereabouts
The voices in my head told me that Timo Schulz <firstname.lastname@example.org> said:
> for people who need an universal GnuPG encryption tool for Windoze
> I have written a program like PGPTray. It's name is WinPT,
> Windoze Privacy Tray. It is published under the GNU GPL.
> With it you can do encryption/decryption, signing/verifying and
> key import/export. It is only a development version, but a few
> people use it already and it runs stable.
> For more infos see http://www.freenet.de/joesixpack/winpt.html.
> Sorry the page is only available in German, so if you want to download
> the file direct use: winpt-0.0.2.tar.gz. The program is in english.
I know that this program is directly relevent to this thread, but I
thought I'd post them here once. If anyone objects just firmly tell me
where to go. :-)
I like this program although I can't quite get it to do what I want.
It's probably something I'm doing wrong.
Perhaps when GPA is finished you could put some code in there to be
able to call GPA, just as with PGP-Tray you can call PGP-Keys.
My only other suggestion would be a config file where certain
parameters can be saved. Like the exact GPG filename. I renamed my
gpg executable to something other than GPG so that I could name a batch
file GPG and have the batch file call the executable (which I named
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