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Mailcrypt

Mailcrypt is an Emacs Lisp package which provides a simple interface to public key cryptography with PGP/GPG. Mailcrypt makes strong cryptography a fully integrated part of your normal mail and news handling environment.

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  •  30 Sep 2002 09:12

    Release Notes: This release brings anonymous remailer support up to modern standards. It also fixes a bug affecting users with multiple GPG keys with the same name but different passphrases.

    •  22 Jul 2002 18:45

      Release Notes: This release adds hooks to work with Mew buffers. It has improved MH support to handle latest MH-e mode. Gnus support has been fixed to work in the summary buffer. A temp directory fix that might help NT support was made.

      •  04 Oct 2001 19:45

        Release Notes: This release contains no new features. A one-character fix was made to support the use of the latest GnuPG (1.0.5). Some old bugfixes (that have languished in CVS for an embarrassingly long time) have been merged into the release, and the documentation was updated.

        •  07 Oct 1999 14:09

          Release Notes: GnuPG support has been rewritten to ensure compatibility with GPG 0.9.6 through 1.0.0. Users are encouraged to upgrade to the latest GPG.

          •  27 Jul 1999 02:34

            Release Notes: This release is contains no new features, but a great deal of bug fixes. Lots of things have been tightened up, for example: "fascist" dialog boxes now run conditionally; signed messages can now quote other signed messages without confusing Mailcrypt; email addresses parsing is fully RFC 822 compliant, so recipient names are extracted correctly even if they're weird; passphrase expiration works correctly; Mailcrypt code now compiles with almost no warnings.

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