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Mailcrypt is an Emacs Lisp package which provides a simple but
powerful interface to cryptographic functions for mail and news.
This documentation describes Mailcrypt version 3.5.6. The
documentation was last updated on August 29, 1998.
Introduction Read this first.
General Use Everyday cryptographic functions.
Remailer Support Interface to secure anonymous remailers.
Passphrase Cache Letting Mailcrypt remember your passphrase
for a while.
Key Fetching Automatically retrieving public keys
via finger or HTTP.
Miscellaneous Configuration Random tweakables.
Tips Hints and tricks.
Limitations Things Mailcrypt does not do.
References Pointers to relevant information.
Credits Whom to blame.
Index Keys, variables, and functions.
--- The Detailed Node Listing ---
Prerequisites Complicated stuff you may have to do.
Installation Simple stuff you probably have to do.
Command Overview A brief summary of the most common
Hooking into Rmail
Hooking into VM
Hooking into MH-E
Hooking into Gnus
Encrypting Encrypting a message to one or more
Signing Clearsigning a message.
Inserting Keys Extracting a key from your public key
ring and inserting it.
Decrypting Decrypting a message to you.
Verifying Verifying the signature on a clearsigned
Snarfing Keys Finding a key in the current message and
adding it to your keyring.
Remailer Introduction A little about remailers in general.
Remailer Quick Start Getting started quickly.
Remailer Chains Creating custom chains of your very own.
Response Blocks A way to let people reply to your
Pseudonyms Who do you want to be today?
Remailing Posts Posting to USENET anonymously or
Mixmaster Support Remailers for the truly paranoid.
Remailer Security Caveats.
Verifiable Pseudonyms Giving expression to the voices in your
Remailer Tips Free advice.
Keyring Fetch Fetching from one or more other
keyrings on the local system.
Finger Fetch Fetching a key through finger.
HTTP Fetch Fetching a key off of the Web.
Alternate Keyring Specifying a different file to act
like your public keyring.
Comment Field Burma
Mode Line Changing that "MC-w" and "MC-r" stuff
Key Bindings Which keys cause which actions.
Nonstandard Paths Useful if your PGP installation is weird.
Online Resources Recreational reading with a purpose.
Key Servers Keepers of the Global Keyring.
Mailing List Staying informed while pumping the
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