Email Clients and digital signatures
Fri Jul 4 18:48:03 2003
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On Tuesday, July 1, 2003, at 11:15 AM, Thomas Arend wrote:
> Windows 98 is not a very good chice from the security aspect.
> Indeed itīs the worst. Outlook is also not a good choice as MS
> My proposal is try Linux, Ximian Evolution OpenOffice.
Proposing an OS to someone who is looking for an e-mail client
is not very helpful, IMO.
Outlook is very handy, as the original writer noted, as it
combines calendar, contacts, etc,. However it does present
security problems, and it does not handle PGP/MIME. My
suggestion is to install Mozilla (or Netscape) with the Enigmail
plugin, then drag the mailer shortcut icon to the Outlook
shortcut bar. That way you can use a safer mail client from
within your Outlook environment.
GPG/PGP keys at http://www.djmccauley.tk
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