Outlook 2003 problem
Thu Sep 25 07:38:02 2003
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Ingo Klöcker wrote:
> On Wednesday 24 September 2003 09:36, orv (Jon Barlow) wrote:
>> I don't want to sound ungrateful for your suggestion, but I kinda
>> thought the purpose of this mailing list would be to resolve
>> problems, not work around them :)
> I don't want to sound <insert whatever word fits best>, but the purpose
> of this mailing list is to resolve problems with the free software
> product GnuPG but not with all GnuPG related software and especially
> not with proprietary, closed source plugins from third parties.
- From sifting through the last couple week's postings on a few lists it
would appear no one's product or plugin currently is supporting LookOut!
2003. Not even PGP. Maybe that's due to Microsoft's ever shifting and
partially documented APIs? DKDC.
To echo Ingo and further respond, "the purpose of this mailing list" is to
resolve problems with GnuPG and tangentially with some of the OSS/FW
products that interoperate with it. To the extent that those are issues
*with* gpg, the developers usually try to get a fix into the CVS tree and
the next release asap. Until that can be accomplished, work-arounds are
The GnuPG Outlook plugin you mention would seem to be for Outlook 2000,
poosibly updated to Outlook 2002, and issues with it should be directed to
it's author(s), gdata.de. If my Jeep engine is misfiring, I take the issue
to the Jeep mechanic, not the AC/Delco spark-plug folks.
FWIW, you may wish to try Mozilla/Thunderbird/Netscape + Enigmail. A
solid, flexible, configurable, extensible MUA without LookOut's more
notorious "features". 8-}) <\work-around>
See http://openpgp.vie-privee.org/courrier_en.html and
http://www.bretschneidernet.de/tips/secmua.html for a more complete list
of OpenPGP and S/MIME enabled mail clients.
John P. Clizbe Inet: JPClizbe(a)comcast DOT nyet
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