[Users] Signing and encrypting mails

Brad Rogers brad at fineby.me.uk
Fri Nov 11 09:18:43 CET 2011


On Thu, 10 Nov 2011 21:24:51 +0000
Mike Evans <mikee at saxicola.co.uk> wrote:

Hello Mike,

> Thanks Brad, but what command do I use?  I would have thought that the

Could be anything;  One of CM's own, a plugin command, external command
or series of commands via a script.

> encryption/sign plugin would have an option to add an icon to the
> toolbar.

Sadly, not.  As Charles points out though, options are added to the
compose window.  Of course, you can have CM automatically sign all
messages.  In fact, I've just discovered you can set CM up to always
encrypt, too.  So, it might be easier to set up a copy account in CM so
you can have one that signs and encrypts and one that doesn't.  Or any
combination of sign/encrypt you wish.  Then all you need do is select
the correct sending account;  No toolbar button necessary.

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