gpg on M$

Lowell Porter lporter at
Wed Dec 10 08:22:55 CET 2003

The GPG plugin for Outlook G-Data is perfect for this then. It is what I
currently use at work.


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Sent: Wednesday, December 10, 2003 1:37 AM
To: J. Wren Hunt
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Subject: Re: gpg on M$

> You might want to try the Enigmail plugin (
> available for the Mozilla browsers ( The standalone
> Thunderbird client with Enigmail support, again available at mozdev,
> my favorite when working with windows, GPGshell, a shell wrapper
> GnuPG (can be used in Outlook by selecting text, performing
> encrypt/decrypt/verify operations, and then re-pasting) available at:

i don't want them to be bothered by cutting-n-pasting... they'll be
receiving PGP stuff, but probably not sending it. when a PGP email comes
in, i'd like to have a little box come up and ask them for their secret
pass-phrase, and then they can read the message in outlook...


 PGP key -
 3EBE 2810 30AE 601D 54B2 4A90 9C28 0BBF 3D7D 41E3

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