[ic] GnuPGP ... pgp

Mark Weaver mark at americanmicroinc.com
Thu Jun 10 13:45:27 EDT 2004

New Media E.M.S. wrote:

> At 08:55 PM 6/9/2004, you wrote:
>> Howdy.
>> I am ready to set up encryption .. I am using RedHat on the server, and I
>> have several different people on various Windoze versions running various
>> different e-mail clients.  I'd like to get some direction on the best
>> path
>> to follow for installing some form of PGP on the Windoze side that makes
>> things easy for a non-technical end-user (some employee reading and
>> processing orders).  I understand that GnuPGP would be a good option -
>> but
>> I am not sure where and how to obtain the binaries and how to configure
>> this in that environment.  I have no problem getting the Linux side
>> working.  That's a breeze.
>> So, would someone point me to the resources I should be trying for making
>> this a painless journey?
>> Thanks!
>> Tomas
> http://www.pgp.com/products/index.html
> - Ed

I've found using GnuPG to be the easiest solution. I've seen and used
PGP and for CC decryption on orders from Interchange GnuPG is the
easiest and most painless to setup and use.

Mark Weaver
American Micro - Webmaster

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