Email encryption within mailaccount

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12021/01/32 05:23.74 ನಲ್ಲಿ, Daniel Bossert via Gnupg-users <gnupg-users at> ಬರೆದರು:
> Hello
> Is there a way that all mails (sent, incoming, draft) get encrypted by default?
> Regards
> Daniel
> --
> Skickat från min Android-enhet med K-9 Mail. Ursäkta min fåordighet.

Sent: depends on whether you have the other person's public key. If you don't, you can't encrypt to them...
Received: Not generally. See below for what you probably want.
Draft: Depends on the email client.

What you *probably* want is something like ProtonMail, where everything is seamlessly encrypted before being stored. This means that all sent emails are stored encrypted on *your* end (even if they were sent as unencrypted emails to the other person or people). The same is true of drafts and incoming email.


- Chiraag
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