Encouraging email security.
Mon May 19 00:08:02 2003
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On Sunday 18 May 2003 8:00 pm, Daniel Carrera wrote:
> I'll take a closer look at Enigmail.
> I can try to encourage my friends to use it.
> It seems that there are some ways in which Enigmail could be
> - It could have a front-end for key creation.
You can already creat keys from within Enigmail. It simply passes the=20
command through to GPG.
> - It could come with GPG, like Malte Gell suggested.
It won't. Period. Its not in the design roadmap. Enigmail is simply a=20
tool to enable you to use GPG to encrypt and sign mozilla Mail=20
> - It could provide a mechanism to import/export keys.
> For instance, when it gets a signed email it could prompt the
> user to download the public key from a keyserver.
It does import already. Click on the pen icon and a key is called from=20
the predefined keyserver. But it is not within the design parameters=20
to be another GUI to GPG, so no export facilities are provided.
GPG Keys at firstname.lastname@example.org
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