Command Overview ================ All Mailcrypt commands are (by default) activated by three-character key sequences which begin with `C-c /'. The most common operations are: _Encrypting a Message_ `C-c / e' encrypts a message using the recipient's (or recipients') public key(s). Note: Encrypting a Message. _Decrypting a Message_ `C-c / d' decrypts a message using your secret key. Note: Decrypting a Message. _Signing a Message_ `C-c / s' clearsigns a message using your secret key. Note: Signing a Message. _Verifying a Signature_ `C-c / v' verifies the signature on a clearsigned message using the sender's public key. Note: Verifying a Signature. These functions and others are documented in detail in the following chapters. Any time you are composing or reading mail or news, you can get a summary of the available commands by typing `C-h m'. If you are running Emacs under X, an even easier way to see the available commands is to access the `Mailcrypt' pull-down menu.
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