Mon Jun 30 03:54:56 2003
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When you encrypt an email, it encrypts both to the recipient's public key
and to your own - this way you can read it as well as the recipient.
If you want to disable this for whatever reason, in the Enigmail > Advanced
Preferences dialog, there's an option to "Encrypt to Self".
CL Gilbert wrote:
> I sent an email to someone. I encrypted it. If I look at the email in
> my sent folder, I can still read it. If I look at the source of the
> email, I can see that it is encrypted. Why am I able to decrypt this
> email and read it? I though the encryption was one way and only the
> private key could decrypt it!?
OpenPGP KeyID: 0xCC1aCD05
Get my key from keyserver.kjsl.com
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