[BALU] Email encryption

Jason Sandlin crane.aswp at gmail.com
Fri Jun 8 21:34:00 CDT 2007

Thanks for the responses. I will have to to look into that. It seems doing
this in Linux is easier that windows.
I love thunderbird, because I can use it on Linux and Windows. I have been
messing with evolution a little. There port to windows seems OK but I
haven't tried any encryption in  it yet.

On 6/8/07, Robby Workman <rw at rlworkman.net> wrote:
> Jason Sandlin wrote:
> > What would be the best way to send encrypted email to different clients
> on
> > different systems?
> > I use t bird at work on XP, at home on Linux, and my wife uses outlook
> > on XP
> > at her office(she is on exchange server). I would like to send encrypted
> > mail to her but I find it a bit confusing as to what to do to set up all
> > client.
> > Any suggestions on where to look?
> Well, KMail supports OpenPGP and S/MIME by default (assuming all of
> the dependency libraries and such are installed),
> For Thunderbird, there's the Enigmail extension that I use, and it
> works very well.
> I won't even go into pine/mutt and gpg, as I don't imagine you're
> interested :)
> I have no idea if/how/under what conditions Outlook and friends
> will do encryption/decryption, but I seem to recall that the
> gnupg guys have a windows port of gpgme (gpg made easy), so there
> is probably some windows-specific software to take advantage of
> that.
> RW
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Jason Sandlin

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