Is this even possible?
Mon Jun 9 04:31:05 2003
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Decryption alone doesn't need a passphrase - the pass is only used for
decryption and for signing. The unique ID is reasonably easy too - you can
use a serial number (1, 2, 3...), some combination of the date & time, or
the SMTP message-ID.
Are look looking to encrypt all _incoming_ mail to a certain address, or all
Robin Lynn Frank wrote:
> I would like email to a certain address to be automatically encrypted before
> it is stored on the hard drive. I can set up an alias and have our MTA pipe
> it thru gpg or something that leads to gpg, but what would be needed is a
> way to encrypt without a passphrase (obviously decryption would require a
> passphrase), put a unique id on each email received and write the encrypted
> data to disk. Obviously, it could not then be treated as email, but the
> files could be decrypted and processed when needed.
> Any ideas?
OpenPGP KeyID: 0xCC1aCD05
Get my key from keyserver.kjsl.com
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