[Gpg4win-users-en] PGP encryption for mailinglist?

Andre Heinecke aheinecke at intevation.de
Tue May 3 15:31:29 CEST 2016


On Tuesday 03 May 2016 15:14:44 Jeroen van der Ham wrote:
> GPG4Win seems to do a pretty good job at handling day-to-day email
> encryption. But I would also like to use it for a mailinglists where all
> participants are well-versed in PGP encryption.
> GPG supports this with the “group” option in gnupg.conf:
> > group <mail-address>=key-id1 key-id2 key-id3
> Unfortunately, this option does not seem to work in combination with GpgOL

There is no comfortable way to do this with the UI afaik. You can probably 
encrypt using the Clipboard feature in GPA or Clipboard encryption with 
Kleopatra, a bit ugly to use but at least this will allow you to select 
arbitrary certificates.

> Does anyone have any experience with using GpgOL for mailinglists and/or
> encrypting to additional keys?

You might be interested in Schleuder [1] which is a Mailing List software 
where you send encrypted messages to and it reencrypts them to the other 
recipients of the mailing list. This would probably the most comfortable 


1: http://schleuder2.nadir.org/documentation.html

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