GPG and PGP Compatibility

Alphax alphasigmax at
Wed Oct 18 03:07:21 CEST 2006

Conan Purves wrote:
> Hello everybody,
> When I encode attachments, it gives them a .gpg suffix.  My colleagues
> who are using PGP Desktop cannot decode those files.  Though I can
> decode their files, either using the gpgee contextual menu or
> automatically through enigmail.
> Practically speaking, is there a solution for this?  My colleagues are
> most likely going to want to continue using PGP Desktop.

Although it's only freeware and not open source, GPGShell
<> will give you explorer and
system tray integration, and let you use a .pgp extension. I've filed an
RFE at <>.

        Death to all fanatics!
  Down with categorical imperative!
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