GPG and Outlook revisited

John Clizbe John at
Mon Sep 9 09:52:18 CEST 2013

Chris De Young wrote:
> Hello,
> It's been some time since I looked at options for integrating GPG and 
> Outlook on Windows, and at the time there seemed to be no particularly 
> good solutions. GPG4Win/Enigmail/Thunderbird works great for my personal 
> use, but work mandates Outlook, and in light of the latest NSA-related 
> info it seems a good time to revisit the options for reliable encryption 
> in an Outlook/Exchange environment - if any.

If you're already using the GPG4Win package, install the PGPOL Outlook plugin
that ships with it. It should work with Outlook 2003/2007.

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