gnupg encryption

David T-G
Thu May 23 17:05:01 2002

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Eva --

=2E..and then Eva Herskovicova said...
% thanks to everybody for your advice.
% one more question: is gnupg compatible with pgp? It means, can our
% correspondent keep using PGP software and we move to gnupg. The usage is
% only for e-mail encryption between two parties.

Yep.  There may be some issues with the specifics of the key (gpg does
not support IDEA without modification, for instance), but the general
answer is that usage on the other end is transparent to you and "just

% Thanks in advance.
% Eva


Meanwhile, since I have your attention at the moment...

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Now that you have sent your password to the entire list, you might want
to go and change it :-)

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