Encouraging email security.
Wed May 21 15:44:01 2003
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There are a couple options for Hotmail. The easiest is to use Outlook
Express and GPGOE (assuming OE can still access Hotmail). This makes it
reasonably painless to send/receive inline PGP messages.
The more complicated version is to use a GUI frontend like WinPT. Set
hotkeys to encrypt, sign, and sign/encrypt the current window, then when one
is done entering a message in the text box on the hotmail site, hit the
hotkey, and it'll usually GPG the text in the box (depends on the browser).
Daniel Carrera wrote:
> On this note, what can we do about hotmail users?
> AFAIK hotmail doesn't offer POP3 or IMAP. Suppose, for the sake of
> argument, that a hotmail user becomes interested in using GPG. Is there
> any way for the he or she to start using GPG with their hotmail address?
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