Can you unlock sent messages ?? Somehow ??
Thu Jul 17 16:52:02 2003
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On Thu, Jul 17, 2003 at 08:00:46AM -0600, Stone, Darryll wrote:
> If someone in an organization used GPG and then left the company,
> and you had to give a copy of all emails that that individual had
> ever sent , how can you unlock all of the encrypted messages??
> specially if your email is > an actual record that you have to
> keep... is there somewhere you can send a > pst file to be
No. There is nowhere you can send a file to have it decrypted for you
since that would defeat the point. GnuPG wouldn't be a good
encryption program if there was a way for someone else to decrypt a
In short, without the key, you can't decrypt.
What are you trying to do here? If the concern is that you want to
use encryption, but you want the company to be able to decrypt as
well, there are solutions for that. See "encrypt-to" in the manual.
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