GnuPG+GPGShell+GData+Outlook2002 signing binaries problem
barry at bpuk.net
Sun Jan 30 18:41:40 CET 2005
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On 30/01/2005 16:23, Yousef Raffah wrote:
> I just started to use GnuPG recently under Linux but I have a windows
> box that has Outlook 2002+GnuPG+GData+GPGShell installed on it.
> I can sign and encrypt messages very successfully, however, when I try
> to signed any binary attached file in M$ Outlook, it gets corrupted
See the message below from Timo Schulz regarding an updated release of
the G-Data plugin. I use this version with Outlook 2003, GnuPG
v1.4.1-cvs and GPGshell all with no problem sending binaries as attachments.
On 09/11/2004 15:56, Timo Schulz wrote:
> g10 Code released an update of the Outlook GPG plugin (originally
> written by G-DATA).
> All users who have problems with their current Outlook GPG version might
> want to update their files to see if this version fixes the problems.
> You can download the zip archive and the digital signature here:
> ftp://ftp.g10code.com/g10code/outlgpg/outlgpg-0.94.zip (99k)
> MD5 checksums for the files are:
> 9e81aafab5b14c55129a218be2893d94 outlgpg-0.94.zip
> a95fa1cc0b484d3073f528627766a7e6 outlgpg-0.94.zip.sig
> Noteworthy changes in version 0.94
> - Allow to parse messages generated by older mailers which
> uses the application/pgp content type.
> - By default use PGP as the extension for attachments to
> allow easier PGP decryption.
> That's it.
> g10 Code GmbH (http://www.g10code.com) of course also provides
> commercial support for the plugin and other GPG components.
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Version: GnuPG v1.4.1-cvs (Windows XP Pro SP2)
Comment: Using GnuPG with Thunderbird - http://enigmail.mozdev.org
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