Just a thought
faramir.cl at gmail.com
Mon Apr 27 03:47:10 CEST 2009
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> Hi all,
> Late here in Cyprus, in Thunderbird, OpenPGP I can sign and encrypt -
> but say I cc'd to a few people - because if those people are in my key
> ring will it encrypt for each?
Yes, I think with the defaults settings it will encrypt the message to
all the recipients, unless one of them doesn't have a valid key in your
keyring. In that case, TB will ask you what to do, before sending the
message (if you have selected the message to go encrypted, it will not
be sent unencrypted).
> Some one must have tried it :)
Yes, a lot of people, I think. There is even a mailing list which uses
only encrypted messages, but that requires rules per recipients...
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