Future OpenPGP Support in Thunderbird

Philipp Klaus Krause pkk at spth.de
Tue Oct 8 15:34:28 CEST 2019

While having OpenPGP support directly in Thunderbird is probably a good
thing, I found it convenient to just use the gpg kerys for Email
encryption and signing (and conversely, being able to just use keys
imported via Enigmail to encrypt files using gpg).
It would be really nice, if Thunderbird could add an option to use the
gpg key storage instead of its own, but so far the developers want to
always  keep the Thunderbird key storage separately (thoug they are
considering functionality to import keys from gpg to Thunderbird):



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