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Encryption

Submission + - General Mail Encryption - opinion (lifehacker.com)

jbeiter writes: Mail encryption will not be fully practical unless everyone is using it.

Unless the encryption process is automatic and practically invisible by the end user, general email encryption will probably not happen.

This needs to be handled by the mail user agent, right? (all/most of the email clients)

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