Sente’s GPGMail for Leopard

Ditch PGP Desktop and use GPG and Sente’s GPGMail for Leopard.

Even in the Beta it’s doing fantastically well.

Send a blank email to mailto:gpgmail-users@sente.ch to subscribe and follow hour by hour how good software is developed and tested.

PGP Corporation can’t match it. They may never do a bundle for mail.app. What will I do for all the e-mails that I encrypted with PGP Desktop mail bundle over the past years?

Fortunately, there’s GPGMail from Sente!

Oh, PGP Corporation, learn from these guys. Buy them. Do something. You suck.

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4 Responses to “Sente’s GPGMail for Leopard”


  1. 1 MILE December 2, 2007 at 6:18 pm

    Couldn’t find the beta anywhere on their site…!? Could you maybe provide a link…?! Thanks…!

  2. 3 Laas January 23, 2008 at 8:34 am

    If after the install Mail disables this bundle, quit Mail, rename the “Bundles (Disabled)” folder to just “Bundles” and issue the same commands again in terminal.

    Relaunch Mail and it should work.

  3. 4 PRZ July 3, 2008 at 4:18 pm

    I downloaded GPGMail_d53_Leopard from Sente’s site and installed it in the ~/Library/Mail/Bundles folder. I also used the default command to enable bundles as per the ReadMe file provided in the dmg file.

    Guess what? It doesn’t work. None of the encrypt/decrypt/verify custom icons are in place when you attempt to customize the toolbar of the “new mail” window or the “view mail” window. The Bundles folder is not being renamed to “Bundles (disabled)” either.

    My conclusion is that neither PGP nor Sente are capable of enlightened software development. Leopard has been out for what, 6 months now, and still no working PGP or GPG plug-in?

    Fortunately, S/Mime (built into Apple Mail, Thunderbird, and many other mail clients) has come a long way and it is now more widely supported than PGP. I don’t care for the key management, but I don’t want to spend a lot of time dicking around with my system just so I can get PGP/GPG working when there’s a perfectly acceptable alternative that works out of the box.

    PRZ


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