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Administratively spread several Thunderbird per-recipient rules for some users?

I administer several computers that have Thunderbird/Icedove installed and I want to spread Thunderbird per-recipient rules for some users. The rules are stored in a file - pgprules.xml in the user ...
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How can I PGP decrypt an entire mbox?

Thunderbird cannot search PGP-encrypted emails. Hence, I was considering copying all my emails from IMAP to local storage, then decrypting them all locally, so that they are searchable. Is this ...
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gpg: Bad signature

I'm trying to sign a public PGP key but am encountering a 'Bad signature' error: gpg --edit-key someone@somedomain.com ... gpg> sign ... You need a passphrase to unlock the secret key for user: ...
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Using x509 PKI with PGP

I'm building x509 PKI. And I want to apply CA's concept to my own private apt-get repository. I just found that apt-get repository (reprepro) use PGP certificate and some textbook said they can't use ...
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Linux PGP : load key from pendrive at Boot

A Linux Mint machine owns some** encrypted files (pgp). The machine cannot run if not electrically plugged (a physical theft shuts it down immeditately). **I d like to avoid storing decryption key on ...
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Linux counter-theft encryption : PGP or DM-Crypt?

I am brainstorming about the best strategy for my project. I have a machine (Linux Mint) with sensitive files on it. This machine is a prototype and I'll clone the disk on some others. Each machine ...
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Encrypt some folder and hide key in Linux

I work on a Debian system (Mint actually). I'd like to encrypt some folders and files, for instance: the one with OpenVPN configuration and keys, and be able to decrypt it on the fly. My problem: ...