At 03:21 PM 1/6/98 -0500, you wrote:
>I am looking for a product to be used in encrypting e-mail to be sent
>over the Internet. I've heard something about a product called Puffer by
>Briggs Softworks but I haven't tested it so far.
Actually, I recommend two products for this: PGP for the encryption
portion, and Eudora for the mail client.
>The ideal software should be user friendly otherwise it won't be used by
>"normal" users...how can you stop them from sending clear text messages
>or unencrypted attachments?
Using Eudora 4.0 onward (I'm not sure if previous versions support this
feature), you have the ability to set an "output filter", which can be set
to call any arbitrary program. PGP 5.0+ has a Eudora plugin option that
you can use to automagically guarantee that all emails sent out are
encrypted in an invisible way to the user.
>Any ideas, suggestions?
>Bell Mobility Cellular Inc.
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