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Re: Email signing and encryption
From: Jeff Giacobbe <giacobbej () MAIL MONTCLAIR EDU>
Date: Thu, 23 Aug 2007 11:22:41 -0400

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Chandragupta-

Within our OIT Systems and Networking units we use GnuPG and/or PGP in
conjunction with Thunderbird's Enigmail plug-in to handle email signing
and encryption.

I must say the T-bird Enigmail plug-in is quite nice. Recent versions
include a basic key management tool that makes the end-users life much
easier.  We hope to begin piloting this solution to other areas on
campus this semester. This is made a bit simpler in our case since
Thunderbird is the default supported email client on campus.

Regards,

Jeff Giacobbe
Director of Systems, Security, and Networking
Montclair State University


Gudena, Chandragupta wrote:
Hi,

Is anyone using GnuPG (Gnu Privacy Guard) or PGP for digital signing and
email encryption purposes? If not are there any other solutions that are
being used? I would like to know your experience/ suggestions .

Thanks.

Chandragupta




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Hi,

Is anyone using GnuPG (Gnu Privacy Guard) or PGP for digital signing and
email encryption purposes? If not are there any other solutions that are
being used? I would like to know your experience/ suggestions .

Thanks.

Chandragupta



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