AW: AW: gnupg encryption (Eva Herskovicova)

Mortimer Graf zu Eulenburg
Fri May 24 17:02:01 2002

okok, i have to admit the howto is in german :) but i swear it works fine
and i am free of drugs right now.

Make shure u *first* installed the GnuPG software.
Then install the plugin.It asks for the Outlook folder afaik.
Opening Outlook you should find under Options/Encryption/advanced settings
the place to define the place of gpa.exe and gpg.exe
The plugin adds two more buttons En/Decrypt and sign/check sign that do all
the work.
It searches automatically the correct key for the mailrecipient, you enter
the passphrase and the mail goes up & away.

At least on my system that is a Pentium 133, 40 MB RAM, Win98SE, 1Gig HDA
and still going strong, hehe.

If all hell breaks loose mail

Hope it works, Mortimer

->-----Ursprüngliche Nachricht-----
->Von: []Im
->Auftrag von Leigh S. Jones
->Gesendet: Freitag, 24. Mai 2002 15:59
->An: GnuPG Users
->Betreff: Re: AW: gnupg encryption (Eva Herskovicova)
->I tested the gdata plugin yesterday and couldn't
->make it work with Outlook 2000.
->----- Original Message -----
->From: "Nick Andriash" <>
->To: "GnuPG Users" <>
->Sent: Friday, May 24, 2002 6:09 AM
->Subject: Re: AW: gnupg encryption (Eva Herskovicova)
->> Hello Mortimer Graf zu Eulenburg,
->> On Thursday, May 23 2002 at 09:14 AM PDT, you wrote:
->> >
->> I've found no success in using that Plugin with Outlook XP and GPG
->> Perhaps they have not yet designed the Plugin to work with either of
->> latest versions of those Products.
->> --
->> Nick Andriash
->> Courtenay, B.C. Canada
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