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Sending and receiving encrypted emails

Hello,

A few weeks ago I sent a post about sending encrypted emails. I found out
how to encrypt such emails using .NET, but now there is another step: How to
receive them?

Let's say I have sent an encrypted email using SHA1 from a WebForm. What
kind of software should a user have on his/her desktop to decrypt this
message?

I tried to use PGP (Pretty Good Privacy). They provide SHA1 and I was about
to make some tests, but I have just received information from their customer
support that what I am trying to accomplish is not possible using PGP. I am
a little bit disappointed as I need to find another kind of software to do
such a basic thing as decrypting email messages on the client-side.

What kind of software would you recommend to install on the client-side?

Thanks for any hints,
Leszek Taratuta
Nov 18 '05 #1
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Hi Leszek,

You may take a look at following to see if it is the proper thing you are
looking for:

http://www.comodogroup.com/products/...ree_email.html

Luke
Microsoft Online Support

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