Re: Encrypting incoming messages with GnuPG
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On 05/10/09 13:17, Andy Smith wrote:
> Hi Harry,
> On Sat, May 09, 2009 at 11:14:14AM +0100, Harry Rickards wrote:
>> I was wondering if anyone knew of a way, perhaps using /etc/aliases, so
>> that all incoming mail addressed to my username (hrickards) is encrypted
>> with *my* public key, so that when I read it only I can read it using
>> *my* private key. If the mail was signed or encrypted beforehand, it
>> could then be decrypted with my private key as usual.
> Have you considered just using an encrypted filesystem?
Yeah, I think I may just do that now. Thanks for all the help anyway
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