understanding what gnugp can do
Mon, 23 Oct 2000 12:32:29 -0500
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Big Brother tells me that Armin Hartinger wrote:
> I probably commit something like a sacrilegue here, but I need a windows-gpg
> capable email client (for my wife mostly). Anything out there?
Quite so. Go to the Mountain Dew fountain and say three "Hail, Linus"'s.
Then, consider putting putty on her windoze box so that she can ssh
to a unix box and run mutt there...
There _is_ (so I hear) a project to make a windoze interface, but I
could never find anything on it. Someone once posted a link in this
regard: http://www.gnupg.org/gpa. However, this was about writing
a KDE or GNOME interface or something and I didn't see any mention of
OTOH, I have seen a lot of complaints about the way Microsoft Outlook
formats messages encrypted with gpg, so there ought to be _something_...
"Restore your inalienable human rights. Jack McKinney
Vote Libertarian. http://www.lp.org http://www.lorentz.com
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