[Dshield] E-mail encryption
ed.truitt at etee2k.net
Thu Jun 19 10:45:51 GMT 2003
My only complaint about PGP8.0 is that the "product activation" process
doesn't work through a proxy server - and the backup "manual" mode was a
royal pain in the butt! (It could have bene simple enough, but apparently
they required manual intervention before they would email an activation
code). Don't know if they have fixed this problem or not. Once I got it
installed and activated, it has been easy enough to use (I use Outlook 2000,
E2K, NAV, WinXP).
However, if you are using PGP for business I don't think you can use the
personal edition - either you have to buy the "for business" version, or you
will be in violation of the license agreement, and then Sen. Hatch will
personally descend from his throne and smite...er, destroy your computers.
PGP fingerprint: 5368 D25E 468C A250 9833 CCD6 DBAE 9C25 02F9 0AB9
"Note to spammers: my 'delete' key is connected to YOUR ISP.
Also, if you send me UCE, I reserve the right to post your spew
on my Web site, with the appropriate color commentary, so that
others may have a good laugh at your expense."
----- Original Message -----
From: "Paul Marsh" <pmarsh at nmefdn.org>
To: "'Dshield (E-mail)" <list at dshield.org>
Sent: Tuesday, June 17, 2003 8:47 AM
Subject: [Dshield] E-mail encryption
> I'm in the market for e-mail encryption. I only have four users that need
encryption so I think PGP8.0 personal is going to be the way to go unless
someone has better ideas? I've very much concerned with client
configuration, user training and virus scanning. If user training is an
issue I'd rather go with an enterprise solution that I can control. I'm
running Exch2K, Scanmail8.0, Outlook2K, NAV2003.
> Thanx, Paul
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