Re: GnuPG front ends
- From: Patton Echols <p.echols@xxxxxxxxxxx>
- Date: Fri, 02 Feb 2007 01:01:46 -0800
On 02/01/2007 05:24 AM, Frank McCormick wrote:
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Patton Echols <p.echols@xxxxxxxxxxx> wrote:
It looks like there are a couple of GUI front ends available for
GnuPG. Looking at the web sites, It appears that Seahorse is more
full featured than GPA, though my needs are fairly small. I'd expect
some level of key manager and I want to be able to encrypt / sign
clipboard contents or point to file, my choice. Any thoughts about
which might be a better choice?
I can't speak for Seahorse but I run GPA and find it fills all my
needs. But then all I need is signing/encryption of mail/
Also, I'd expect that if I tried GPA, for example. then uninstalled
it and tried seahorse, keyrings etc would be there as soon as
installed, both should be looking for the standard GnuPG file
I would ***think*** so . When I installed T'bird after setting up
GPG for Sylpheed, when it came to GPG setup it found all it needed.
Is there a T'bird plugin? I don't recall seeing one. What I'd done in
windows is just copy the email to clipboard,sign that, then paste back.
same for decrypt. It's all I really need to do.
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