Encrypting mail to mailing lists
Anthony E. Greene
Tue Nov 13 16:11:02 2001
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On Tue, 13 Nov 2001, DeBug wrote:
>BW> Let's say I've got this mailing list called firstname.lastname@example.org
>BW> which contains Moe, Larry, and Curly. I've got the keys for Moe,
>BW> Larry and Curly in my keyring.
>BW> I'd like the mail that I send to email@example.com get
>BW> encrypted for Moe, Larry and Curly.
>Answer please do you want to make your letter PUBLIC so that everyone
>can read it? If not then you will have to send three letters for
>everyone personally. Well you can combine them in a one letter but
>there will be three parts in it encrypted separetly for each
Only one copy of the message is sent.
The symmetric key used to encrypt the message is sent along with the
message. One copy of the symmetric key is provided for each recipient,
encrypted with the recipient's public key.
Anthony E. Greene <firstname.lastname@example.org> <http://www.pobox.com/~agreene/>
OpenPGP Key: 0x6C94239D/7B3D BD7D 7D91 1B44 BA26 C484 A42A 60DD 6C94 239D
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