Tue Jun 12 21:46:02 2001
you can always sign up for yahoo's pop service (no additional fee, just an
annoying email - spam-like - from yahoo every week or month - i can't
remember..) Then you could use outlook or something to decrypt/encrypt.
check out your yahoo mail account options for how to set up pop..
On Tue, 12 Jun 2001, Daniel Knapp wrote:
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}1) Since you use Yahoo-Mail, you cannot use an eMail Programm to download the
}mail, right? OK, then you don`t have any other choice but to copy and paste the
}encrypted message to an textfile (like in notepad)
}2) Same procedure as in 1) Copy-paste-notepad....and then you can import the
}key without any problem
}3) Yes, copy the whole text into a file and then you can compare the
}fingerprints with the fingerprints published on keyservers or you compare it
}directly with the owner of the key!
}Am Die, 12 Jun 2001 schrieben Sie:
}> Hi all.
}> I have several questions about gnupg...
}> 1). If someone sends an encrypted email to my yahoo mail acct., how do
}> I extract it? Do I have to copy and paste ( win32 ) it into a file with
}> ( for example ) notepad?
}> 2). If someone sends me their public key, how do I extract it yahoo
}> mail? Since I am using a service ( no commmand line ) I am not sure.
}> 3). I have often seen digital signatures appended to email messages or
}> posted on personal web sites. What do I do with these? Extract to a
}> I am using a win32 machine for all encryption / decryption.
}> Thanks, Caitlin.
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