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Re: PGP hooks for Pegasus Mail?

On 29 Nov 95 at 3:30, Anonymous wrote:

: ----- wake-up rant ON -----
: On 28 Nov 95 at 12:16, Lynne L. Harrison wrote:
: > At 09:52 AM 11/28/95 +0000, you wrote:
: > >Anyone done anything regarding PGP hooks into Pegasus Mail? 
: > >I'm running it at home now (SLIPped into my Linux box), and 
: > >I'd like to find a way to integrate PGP into Pegasus Mail.
: > >
: > >Thanks in advance for any replies...
: > 
: > Ed -
: > 
: >   I haven't heard of anything re: "PGP hooks into Pegasus 
: > Mail".  At one time, Eudora and ViaCrypt were discussing it 
: > but, from what I heard, those discussions fizzled out.
: >   The easiest way to *integrate* is to use a front end program.
: I find it bizarre that what little is going on in real integration of PGP for
: e-mail users is not mentioned on cp, perhaps unknown, certainly not of interest
: to those who should be interested.
: Do a million registered users and an e-mail program with hooks already
: originating outside the U.S. penetrate anyone's consciousness?
: ----- wake-up rant OFF -----


 This really should be cross posted to 'the future will be easy to use'

 I subscribed to the cypherpunks list specificly to see what was going
on with Pegasus / PGP now that David Harris has put his promised hooks
into V. 2.2

 For those who don't know, Pegasus is available for DOS, Windows, and
the MAC.  The windows version (and if history is any guide, shortly the
MAC and DOS version will) has hooks for user definable encryption,
decryption, signing, and signiture verificaiton.

 Distrabution lists, an address book that can include aliases and a
picture can be associated with an alias as well as user defined notes. 
Mail filtering rules.  It's Freeware.

Version: 2.6.2

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