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9 comments
 
No, of course, it's also propagating on public keyservers. But if one wants, he can add/verify it manually. Unfortunately, there is no way to sign mail directly from Gmail webmail.
 
I'll open a bottle of champagne at the split second that becomes possible.
 
(but allowing PGP encrypted email would defeat the purpose of scanning it for keywords, wouldn't it?)
 
aka "killing two birds with one stone"
 
héhé, certainly, but first of all, I want to sign my emails not cypher them. It could be a good 1st step, isn't it
 
So you will do it ;)
but unless Google implements it right into Gmail, it be still workarounds like late FireGPG