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On Tue, 6 Jan 1998, Greg Whalin wrote:
> How about PGP? Or how about Netscape with client certificates?
This may not be what you are looking for, but I recently purchased Eudora
Pro 3.03 and it came bundled with a PGP 5 plug-in. It was integrated
rather nicely with the mailer (and the Win95 file explorer as well). The
bundle I got had no support for RSA keys, just DSS, but you can download a
upgrade to use RSA keys for just $5. It may be a good solution if you
have a whole lot of "regular" users that dont want a lot of hassle.
I would definitly look into PGP rather than other encryption products.
Its (sort-of) free, the source is public so its secure, and it is already
Also... I just read an article in Computer Shopper about how the IETF is
conisdering using PGP as a standard for email encryption/signing. I dont
know how true that is, but it is something to consider. ....If someone
cares to comment (off the list) about that.
One more... I use PINE 3.93 to send most of my mail, and it comes with
hooks built in to use PGP. Its a great solution if you need unix platform
Well... thats my two cents.
- - john
John P. Mulligan <mulligaj @
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