Email Clients and digital signatures
Tue Jul 1 17:15:02 2003
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Am Samstag, 28. Juni 2003 13:21 schrieb Subba Rao:
> Hello everyone,
> I have Windows98 on one of my desktops. There are a bunch of Email clients
> out there now. Outlook stands out the best, since you can have calender
> and tasks list etc. I would like to use OpenPGP to sign the outbound
> email. Can this be implemented for Outlook easily without having to read
> tons of HOWTO documents?
> If Outlook cannot sign email using OpenPGP, are there any other Email
> clients (with calendar/task list etc., preferably) that will work with
> Thank you in advance for any information.
Windows 98 is not a very good chice from the security aspect. Indeed it=B4s=
worst. Outlook is also not a good choice as MS Office.
My proposal is try Linux, Ximian Evolution OpenOffice.
You will get an Outlook equivalent mail client with integrated calendar, to=
etc. And an easy going crypto integration.
As an alternativ you try KDE with KMail, KOrganizer etc.
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