John Clizbe JPClizbe at tx.rr.com
Thu Feb 22 03:57:43 CET 2007

PaulH wrote:
> Hi,
> I have just installed gpg4win-1.0.8.  I'm new to this and not sure what I'm
> doing exactly and haven't the time to teach myself.  I have looked for
> tutorials etc but can only find using gpg from the command line. All I
> simply  need to do is set up a private key and be able to send encrypted
> emails to a particular client.  I have tried but any email sent
> is not encrypted. My mail client is Outlook 2003.
> At some point the emails will automatically be sent from a server, the
> emails themselves will be generated by php script.  Are there any issues
> with using gpg in this way?
> Sorry for the brevity of this post but I have my boss breathing down my neck
> expecting answers.

Have you installed the GnuPG Outlook plug-in? http://www.g10code.de/p-gpgol.html

Since you're encrypting all mails from a server, you may also wish to take a
look at GPGrelay: http://sites.inka.de/tesla/gpgrelay.html

John P. Clizbe                      Inet:   John (a) Mozilla-Enigmail.org
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