?: Easy Linux-GUI-MUA with gpg-integration
Wed Jan 30 19:02:02 2002
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On Wed, 30 Jan 2002 13:23:48 +0100
Roman Toenshoff <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
> * Gregor Zattler <email@example.com> [020130 13:01]:
> > a few friends of mine want to migrate from several MS- and IBM OS
> > to Linux. They are search for a Mail User Agent with good gpg/pgp
> > integration which is easy to use even for non computer experts.
> Have a look at sylpheed (sylpheed-claws)
> Fast and easy.
> We use it in our company for all Unix-Machines (HP-UX and Linux).
I am using Sylpheed and I love it, but there are some hoops to jump
through for GPG support. Specifically sending and receiving plain-text
ASCII armored encryption. I would also suggest taking a look at Mulberry
(http://www.cyrusoft.com/mulberry). It's not free (in any sense of the
word) but it is
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