Three basic questions

Lionel Elie Mamane
Sun Jan 28 21:24:02 2001

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On Sun, Jan 28, 2001 at 02:49:23PM -0500, Robert Krueger wrote:

> 1. As I use Netscape for 100% of my e-mail, is it normal to send
> the encrypted file as an attachment?
That's what any full-MIME client does.
> 2. What is the normal information people should display at the
> bottom of an e-mail message?
Hmm, for my opinion, look at mine :-)
> 3. Is there a GUI somewhere that simplifies the process of encryption,
> decryption and verification for use with GnuPG?
Well... Yes.
> I did check the Faq and other documents before fielding these
> questions.
You did? Next time try the website ;-) Look at
> 4. Finally, all our computers at work run Windows 95/98, and I wondered
> if it's possible to put all necessary files on it so that I may retrive
> an encypted e-mail without installing anything permanently on the
> company computer?
Put some OpenPGP compliant implementation (let's see... the GNU Privacy Guard would be an acceptable choice) on a floppy, and use it from there. --=20 Lionel Elie Mamane RFC 1991 (PGP 2.x) 2048 bits Key Fingerprint (KeyID: 20C897E9): 85CF 986F 263E 8CD0 80FD 4B8C F5F9 C17D OpenPGP DH/DSS 4096/1024 Key Fingerprint (KeyID: 3E7B4B73): 9DAD 3131 3ADA F50B D096 002A B1C4 7317 3E7B 4B73 --r5Pyd7+fXNt84Ff3 Content-Type: application/pgp-signature Content-Disposition: inline -----BEGIN PGP SIGNATURE----- Version: GnuPG v1.0.4 (GNU/Linux) Comment: For info see iD8DBQE6dH/vscRzFz57S3MRAqp2AKDghNHvlUAgVtI4EN4p5IOlFLdrWgCg9OK3 ApqUxLSPWokZWWj0InfkQS4= =qIPq -----END PGP SIGNATURE----- --r5Pyd7+fXNt84Ff3--