[Gpg4win-users-en] GPG4WIN Vs Outlook Roadmap
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Tue Aug 21 16:03:38 CEST 2007
On 8/21/07, Werner Koch <wk at gnupg.org> wrote:
> On Mon, 20 Aug 2007 19:19, am.lists at gmail.com said:
> > I've done some searching and determined that the Outlook Plug-ins
> > don't currently support OL2007. (Has this changed?)
> Frankly, I don't know whether it is supported because I have not yet
> used OL2007. Anywa, we are working towards a new major release of
> Gpg4win and this will include support for OL2007. Be patient for a 2
That is great news. Perhaps since Google has such a difficult time
returning results that indicate this, maybe some more documentation of
this effort being underway is needed.
> > Since OL2007 isn't officially supported, is there a workaround that
> > someone smarter than the average user could follow to get it working?
> I can't tell. GpgOL is pretty fragile code as it needs to hack around a
> couple of Outlook Plugin problems. The new code in the code will be
> somehwat different and as a bonus shows attachments the usual way
> without the need to save them. It will also support S/MIME and PGP/MIME
> (read only). Verification and decryption using the new code already
> works. We are currently working on the UI and the encryption and
Perhaps let me review what I have working versus what doesn't for me:
-OL2007 with Exchange Server and without (POP/IMAP mode) -- GPG4WIN 1.1.2.
-GPG Keys created via WinPT successfully.
-In OL: Go to send a message and "sign" it. I have to access the
button via the Add-ins ribbon (found it no problem).
-- Type the message and hit send.
-- Key manager comes up and asks which signing key to use.
-- Key manager prompts me for the passphrase for that key.
-- At that point, Outlook crashes and gives me the "Do you wish to
report this error to Microsoft" dialog.
-- I don't have any recipient keys imported yet so all I can do is
sign (not encrypt) so I can't really test that yet. I tried
signing/encrypting a message to myself (a key I have) and the same
Here's the info on the crash:
AppName: Outlook.exe AppVer: 12.0.4518.1014 AppStamp: 4542840f
ModName: Gpgol.dll ModVer: 0.9.91.162 ModStamp: 46c47b24
fDebug: 0 offset: 00019ddd
Hope this helps.
Maybe I'm further than others? Maybe not.
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