encrypting multiple files into a single output file

Ira.Kirschner at sungard.com Ira.Kirschner at sungard.com
Tue Jul 16 16:49:05 CEST 2013

We are converting from using PGP to using GnuPG and we are trying to make it seamless to our customers. Using PGP, when we had multiple files to  deliver, we could have each file encrypted and placed into a PGP archive. The client could then decipher the archive to extract al the encrypted files.

Is there a similar function using GnuPG? If I use tar or zip then our conversion to GnuPG is not going to be seamless to the client.

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