Searchable archives ?
Toxik - Fabian Rodriguez
Tue Jul 3 03:32:02 2001
I am new in this list, interested in personal and commercial use of GNUPG as
an alternative to PGP. I am not an expert, but somehow I managed to also
obtain a Thawte personal cert, and in the process became a "notary" in their
"Web of Trust" (see http://exocom.qc.ca/thawte).
I've looked in the gnupg.org site and in the FAQ, where it is mentioned that
"On <http://lists.gnupg.org> you'll find a searchable online archive of the
GnuPG mailing lists." but I can't find any search options to help me.
So I digged the previous months of messages without much luck... Here's my
When using a PGP binary to send encrypted email. We would like to use it
commercially, and what NAI proposes is its "PGP E-Business Server"
(http://www.pgp.com/products/ebusiness-server/default.asp), at U$10K/CPU (for
1, discounts apply for more).
I'd rather advocate an open solution like GNUPG, but is this possible
commercially ? Can we re-compile it to indicate a commercial use from a server
or would this violate the GNU license ? We will not be redistributing GNUPG,
but instead giving access to it to users on that server.
Thanks for any information on this. I am interested in both developer/user
points of view.
Fabian Rodriguez - Associate Dir., Outsourcing and Business development
Toxik Technologies Inc. - www.Toxik.com - (514)528-6945 x1