fixed: GPG for Apple Mail (4.2) under Snow Leopard (32 and 64bit)

by Linus Neumann on Februar 18, 2010

(Important) Update: If you’re already using gpgmail, and are now experiencing Problems after the Update to Mac OS 10.6.3 (issued March, 30, 2010), use this fix: Download this file and copy it to ~/Library/Mail/Bundles – Enjoy.
If you’re new to gpgmail, don’t worry about this, the fix is included in the no-wories-script below.


The following script will install GPG (ver. 1.4.10),
the corresponding plugin (bundle) for Mail.app (ver. 1.2.3 Snow Leopard Fix by Lukas Pitschl (lukele)) and
GPG Keychain access“ (ver. 0.7), a key-manager.

You will instantly be able to read and write GPG-encrypted mail without going through any complicated setup-routines.

32 & 64bit-Version: consumer-gpginstall-snow-leopard-32bit-mail4.2.sh
download, chmod +x the file, execute it and you’re done!

For more detailed information on this, answers to the questions „What is GPG and why would I need it?“, and a paranoid (compile-yourself) version of the script, see my brand-new GPG-page.

One comment

GPG für Apple Mail leicht gemacht…

Um E-Mail-Schriftverkehr noch sicherer zu gestalten, ist nicht nur ein vertrauenswürdiger Server-Betreiber und ein guter E-Mail-Client erforderlich. Eine signierte oder sogar verschlüsselte E-Mail, die vom Empfänger verifiziert und nur von ihm entschlü…

by news.godot.de on 13. April 2010 at 16:42. #

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