Oh ... :) And lastly, why does Evolution still call it PGP? *grin*because gpg implements the Pretty Good Privacy specification. the name wasn't chosen by which executable it runs, but rather the specification it implements.
PGP was a product, is a product, will always be a product. OpenPGP is the specification. Just nitpickin - casually I also speak of pgp. cheers -- vbi -- this email is protected by a digital signature: http://fortytwo.ch/gpg
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