Claws versus Evolution for email.

Michael Schwendt mschwendt at
Tue Apr 5 07:16:23 UTC 2011

On Mon, 04 Apr 2011 16:29:03 -0400, Genes wrote:

>  (2) encryption
>      Both support gpg -
>      TB additionally supports s/mime certs (cannot find it in claws -
>      anywone know for sure - tho I imagine it is there?)
>      If you're communicating with any .mil (or someone who uses this
>      encryption) you may need s/mime cert support.

claws-mail-plugins-smime - the plugin description says:

| This plugin handles S/MIME signed and/or encrypted mails. You can decrypt
| mails, verify signatures or sign and encrypt your own mails.
| It can be selected as the Default Privacy System in
| /Configuration/[Account Preferences]/Privacy and when composing a message
| from /Options/Privacy System
| This plugin uses the GPGME library as a wrapper for GnuPG.  This plugin
| also needs gpgsm, gnupg-agent and dirmngr installed and configured.
| Information about how to get S/MIME certificates working with GPGSM can be
| found at:
| [...]

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