Corporate use of gnupg

gnupg at gnupg at
Wed Feb 13 21:30:06 CET 2008

And what do they want to do with the recieved emails? The only possibility I 
see is to put everyone's private keys and passowrds into a safe - then you 
can decrypt sent and received mail later.

> Apologies if this has already been asked.  Honestly, I did my homework and
> looked in the archives!
> I am wanting to setup up users to use GnuPG for encrypting email, mainly
> for internal e-mail.
> Unfortunately, the "powers-that-be" want everyone that encrypts an email to
> also encrypt it to the "corporate secret key".  Their reasoning is that if
> a person leaves, they want to have access to the old emails in case there
> is a "business critical" email in there.
> Is there a way to "force" users to encrypt to a corporate key, in addition
> to the receipient's key?
> Thanks,
> TK

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