Re: [perpass] Getting started...

Paul Wouters <paul@cypherpunks.ca> Sat, 17 August 2013 17:37 UTC

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On Sat, 17 Aug 2013, Randy Bush wrote:

> i would love it if my email client ( well, normal email clients :-)
> automagically encrypted to the recipients for whom i have a public key.

We should run a mailserver on localhost and have that support encryption
to OPENPGP/SMIME keys from DNSSEC. That way, we don't have to wait
another decade for mail clients not to support encryption in a way
that the masses can use. And it can run on everyone's phone.

Paul