Very Newbie Questions
JPClizbe at tx.rr.com
Sun Dec 17 07:09:21 CET 2006
Tom - Hwy101 wrote:
> I am a XP Pro User, Thunderbird - I got the extension for Thunderbird to
> do GnuPG...
That would be Enigmail
> and have the executable to Install the Encryption program.
Double-click the executable and accept the defaults to install GnuPG
> I mainly want to ´Sign´my msgs at this point and not Encrypt, is this
> possible to just Sign without a lot of hassle?
> Or to setup to default that way so I don't have to choose to Sign and
> not encrypt?
Yep, Quite simply. Let me direct you to the GnuPG Installation and
Configuration page we wrote at http:/enigmail.mozdev.org/gpgconf.html
Most common questions are answered at http://enigmail.mozdev.org/help.html
You can get answers to Enigmail-specific questions on the mailing list,
enigmail at mozdev.org. You can subscribe to the list at
http://mozdev.org/mailman/listinfo/enigmail. Subscribing isn't necessary, but
your posts will be seen a lot faster as nonsubscribers are moderated.
John P. Clizbe Inet: John (a) Mozilla-Enigmail.org
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