Roy Schestowitz wrote:
> James Knott wrote:
>> I've got Mozilla configured for both PGP and X.509. And, it is possible
>> use both on the same message. ;-)
> All these different strands of encryption methods are an intimidating
> factor. Imagine yourself where we would be if E-mail was not standardised.
> I mean, MIME is fine, but look at the failed attempts of some to shove in
> HTML. All that branching is the same peril that crippled Linux.
> Have you tried installing PGP in Thunderbird (Enigmail)? It's really
> simple. Also, KMail came with PGP 'semi-preconfigured' along with this
Please read again, where I said I had both. As for encryptions, I only know
of two methods in common use, PGP and X.509 (S/MIME). I'd say the X.509
method is simpler and also supported by many businesses.