Encrypting my Email

I am crawling towards encrypting my mail. I have adopted enigmail, a Thunderbird addon and use it to sign emails from the one Thunderbird instance in which I have it installed. It seemed sensible since I use it even on the Mac, but suddenly, I discover that as I now have access to a 1and1 SNMP server, Apple’s imail wizard now works and so I could use the prettier, or is it merely different imail client. Choices, choices! The rest of this post is a collection of links about enigmail or PGP on a Mac.

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Thunderbird, use thereof

This now seems pretty ubiquitous on my PC/Laptops since I moved my personal mail from Outlook to TB on my works machine to minimize errors. I have it installed on three systems, two windows and one Mac. I really need one set of filters, possibly most importantly to enforce deletions and filing decisions.

  1. Make some IMAP folders so that the file folders can be shared.
  2. Write some filters
  3. Share them accross machines

Writing complex filter condition and actions is not easy, but tags are our friend.

I found the following links about filter sharing,