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Re: PGP Usability
At 10:40 AM 9/15/97 -0700, Lizard wrote:
>PGP/Eudora is a wonderful example of this. All that is needed to use it is
>one extra step (after install) -- typing your passphrase to sign a message
>before it is sent. Otherwise, it works the same as it always has. As a side
>effect, you can right-click to encrypt any file you can see in Explorer.
>Simple, quick, and usable even by the brain-dead, once you've convinced
>them TO use it. (And I forgot to bring my key file to work, so my Eudora
>here is useless for those purposes. Bother.)
So generate a work key at work, for encrypting/signing work stuff, and get
your home key off the keyservers for encrypting stuff for home use.
I'm also highly pleased to see Eudora and PGP together, since there's
a base of about 20 million Eudora users that PGP will pick up some of.
Bill Stewart, [email protected]
Regular Key PGP Fingerprint D454 E202 CBC8 40BF 3C85 B884 0ABE 4639