Certified OpenPGP-encryption after release of Thunderbird 78

Stefan Claas sac at 300baud.de
Fri May 29 23:46:47 CEST 2020

Robert J. Hansen wrote:
> > Since you mention that you did support for Enigmail, do you have
> > also infos about the current status of Thunderbird development, i.e.
> > beta testing etc., regarding OpenPGP support, so that you may can
> > tell us what people can expect?
> Enigmail development has ended.  The upcoming 2.2 is the final release
> and introduces no new features.  It exists only to help people migrate
> to TB78's OpenPGP support.
> TB68 is being EOLed this fall.  We've promised to continue to support
> users for six months after that, including giving emergency security
> fixes to Enigmail if they become necessary: but at six months and one
> day we're going to mop the floor, tally up the cash register, shut off
> the lights, and lock up as we leave.
> (The only exception is a commercial email company that has a signed
> support contract with Patrick -- their contract will be fulfilled.)

Thanks for the info, much appreciated.


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