Fri May 24 01:11:02 2002
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On Thursday 23 May 2002 1:42 pm, Eva Herskovicova wrote:
> I'm using PGP FreeWare version 6.5.1, installed under Microsoft
> Outlook for encryption/decryption of e-mails. We are at about to
> replace this product with another one. Is it also possible to install
> your GnuPG product under Microsoft outlook with the
> encryptio/decryption fonctionnality for user?
> Thanks in advance for your answer.
The short answer is yes, but as you are a Windows user I would
recommend the use of the front end such as (particularly) GPGShell or
WinPT. There is also a plugin for Outlook so that you can use it
seamlessly. All the details at http://www.gnupg.org, though you may
have to do a Google search for GPGShell. You might look at
http://www.nullify.org for an alternative compiled version for Windows.
GnuPG is a commandline program and if you wish to have a more graphical
UI then you might like to look at PGP 6.5.8ckt Build8 from
http://www.ipgpp.com. The CKT builds are unofficial but still being
developed and come with a plugin for Outlook.
GPG Key ID: E935DB9D
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