On Mon, 2004-02-02 at 15:06, Dermot Daly wrote:
> I notice however that there does not seem to be simple integration with
> GnuPG, which I think I would like in the future. KMail supports this,
> but doesn't look as polished as Evolution.
From the menu choose Tools > Settings, then Mail Accounts.
Select your account and click "Edit".
Go to the Security tab and enter your GPG Key ID (e.g. mine is A07EF69F)
and choose your settings, for example:
Always sign outgoing messages
Always encrypt to myself when sending encrypted mail
Always trust keys in my keyring
Then, when editing a mail to send, choose the appropriate settings
from the Security menu (Sign and/or Encrypt). For encryption, it will
pick the appropriate key from your key chain based on the To addresses.
When you click "Send" you will be asked for your passphrase, which you
can choose to save for the session, if you like.
Signed mails can be verified by clicking on the lock icon. For encrypted
mails you'll have to enter your passphrase as well.
I find it all quite nicely integrated. Are you having any specific
problems with signing/encrypting/verifying/decrypting?
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