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       claws-mail-pgpinline - Handling of PGP/Inline signed and/or encrypted mails.


       This manual page documents briefly the claws-mail-pgpinline plugin.

       This manual page was written for the Debian distribution because the original program does
       not have a manual page.

       claws-mail-pgpinline is a plugin (loadable module) for the Claws Mail mailer.

       This plugin allows decrypting mails, verifying signatures and sign or encrypt your own
       mails using PGP/Inline.

       It requires GnuPG and GPGME.

       Notice this method for signing or encryption is deprecated and you probably should be
       using PGP/MIME, but it is still provided for compatibility with user agents which are
       unable to handle the 10-year old PGP/MIME standard (being Outlook from Windows platform
       the most noticeable example).


       Before using a plugin you must instruct Claws Mail to load it on startup.

       For this you must go “Configuration” menu on main window toolbar, open “Plugins...”
       dialog, click on the “Load plugin...”  button and select the plugin file, named, and press the “Open” button.


           The loadable module for claws-mail-pgpinline.

           Configuration file for GnuPG, read man gpg for details.


       Please use reportbug claws-mail-pgpinline for reporting Debian bugs for this package.

       The upstream BTS can be found at


       claws-mail(1), claws-mail-extra-plugins(1), claws-mail-pgpmime(1), gpg(1)


       The Claws Mail Team <>
           Wrote the claws-mail-pgpinline plugin.

       Ricardo Mones <>
           Wrote this manpage for the Debian system.


       Copyright © 2008 Ricardo Mones

       This manual page was written for the Debian system (but may be used by others).

       Permission is granted to copy, distribute and/or modify this document under the terms of
       the GNU General Public License, Version 3 or (at your option) any later version published
       by the Free Software Foundation.

       On Debian systems, the complete text of the GNU General Public License can be found in