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RE: Attachment1.pgp WinPT 1.2.0 Outlook 2003 [ Reply ]
By: Timo Schulz on 2008-10-21 09:06
For Outlook 2003 support you should use GPGol.
WinPT is not suited for Email handling with Outlook.
(GPGol is part of gpg4win).

RE: Attachment1.pgp WinPT 1.2.0 Outlook 2003 [ Reply ]
By: INDRASENA REDDY on 2008-10-14 05:36
How to decrypt the Attachment1.pgp?

RE: Attachment1.pgp WinPT 1.2.0 Outlook 2003 [ Reply ]
By: Timo Schulz on 2007-08-24 21:06
The answer is the option
this will force to use the file name from the inner openpgp packet and not the actual file name of the file.

I'm not sure if WinPT will support the switch because it usually tries to derive the name of
the file from the encrypted data file name.

FYI, gpgol is not related to WinPT. It is just another program that uses GPG to protect your privacy :-).

Attachment1.pgp WinPT 1.2.0 Outlook 2003 SP2 [ Reply ]
By: Tassilo Lauermann on 2007-08-13 15:31
I have a problem with a customer and with the attachments of him.
I'm using Outlook 2003 SP 2 (newest updates are installed) with the GPOL Plugin from WinPT 1.2.0.

The customer enrypts the data with a crypt gateway that uses PGP Universal 2.6.2.
If there is an attachment, it has always the name attachment1.pgp (attachment2.pgp, attachment3.pgp etc..).
The Body of the e-mail is enrypted and I'm able to decrypt it with the Outlook plugin.
The attachment can be decrypted to - but I don't know the original filename.
I can display the filename with gpg.exe -v, but it will always decrypted as "attachment" without dataname.dataending (for example a test.pdf is always attachment1.pgp encrypted and decrypted attachment and not test.pdf).

What can I do now?
Have I to buy PGP Desktop that cost a lot of money or is there a workaround that I can decrypt the attachments correct?