Carsten Strotmann (sys4)
cs at sys4.de
Tue Feb 17 14:42:00 CET 2015
> On 2/17/2015 3:47 AM, Carsten Strotmann (sys4) wrote:
>> Hello John,
>> John Allen wrote:
> Where might I find the Thunderbird integration stuff.
I'm about to ask the Verisign people if they have published the code as
they announced in the email. I myself had not had the time to hunt the
Thunderbird integration down and test it, but it is on my todo list.
The SMIMEA and OPENPGPKEY documents are still in "draft", I'll expect
the Thunderbird integration "experimental" and not for "production use"
(but early adopter testing is welcome).
> using the "ask an expert" excuse, a couple of ?
> I was thinking of using the enigmail add-on for Thunderbird, but it
> needs GnuPGP, and the windows version seems to somewhat outdated (win32
I'll use enigmail for Thunderbird (on MacOS X and on Linux), it works
well for me. However it currently does not support the DANE drafts, just
"old-style" PGP web-of-trust.
I know some people using GPG on Windows via GPG4WIN -> http://gpg4win.org/
> Do happen to know if there is a Thunderbird/openPGP add-on? There did
> not seem to be when I looked.
No, but there is a milter for Postfix and Sendmail that can auto-encrypt
all mail that has a PGP/GPG key published in DNS -->
It requires a local mail-server, either in the local network or the "old
Unix style" way on every machine.
> I am not sure what I am asking for here, but I run a webdav server for
> my family. Do you know if there is a mechanism that would allow a webdav
> user to encrypt their storage. What I am looking for is some public key
> way of storing the data, that would allow them to publish the encryption
> key ...
Not my area of expertise, sorry.
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