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Sam Couter sam at couter.id.au
Wed Feb 18 07:58:00 GMT 2009

Alex Satrapa <grail at goldweb.com.au> wrote:
> I had an add-on for Apple Mail called "GPGMail", which automates the  
> process of encrypting mail. The hard part is generating the GPG keys,  
> and selecting the primary identity. After that the addon will search  
> keyservers for each recipient and encrypt/sign the message if possible.
> I wonder if such a thing is possible under Thunderbird?

As has been pointed out, yes.

But there's still a fair bit to learn about encryption before it can be
used effectively: What are the keys, how to protect the private key, when
to type a passphrase and when not to, etc.
Sam Couter         |  mailto:sam at couter.id.au
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