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......@@ -36,7 +36,7 @@ certificates) for all recipients are available. In addition, before a
message is sent, the user is asked whether plaintext should really be sent
unencryptedly when public keys for all recipients are available.
The above works by adding
The above is provided by [jl-encrypt.el](./jl-encrypt.el) by adding
`mml-secure-encrypt-if-possible` to `gnus-message-setup-hook` and
`mml-secure-check-encryption-p` to `message-send-hook`.
......@@ -62,7 +62,8 @@ you are doing. See also `mml-secure-bcc-is-safe`.
If you are interested in S/MIME then I suggest that you read this
[article on drawbacks of its trust model](https://blogs.fsfe.org/jens.lechtenboerger/2013/12/23/openpgp-and-smime/).
If you are still interested in S/MIME afterwards, take a look
at [jl-smime.el](./jl-smime.el) in addition to this file.
at [jl-smime.el](./jl-smime.el) in addition to
## Install
Place [jl-encrypt.el](./jl-encrypt.el) into your load-path and add the
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;; - No change in functionality.
;; - Adapted for Emacs 25.1.
;; 2018/12/27, Version 4.4.
;; Addresses issues raised by Chris Marusich.
;; - New variable mml-secure-use-unusable-pgp-keys.
;; Raise error if your message cannot be encrypted because only
;; unusable (expired or revoked) keys exist. Prevents plaintext