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Shareware (Free to try)
4.26 MB
Windows All
Publisher's Descriptions
PGPNotes is a Lotus Notes plugin which provides you with the ability to encrypt and decrypt messages/files using PGP without leaving the Notes client itself. This ensures that important information are not sent in the clear because users find it inconvenient to do so.

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System Requirements
Lotus Notes Version 4.5.x to 4.6.x, 5.0.2 and above, 6 and above. Pretty Good Privacy (PGP) Personal/Business Edition Ver 5.5.x/Ver 6.x, or GnuPG 1.x.
What's New
Previously, the plugin subform assumes that the "$KeepPrivate" field is always present in a new email message, thus resulting in a script error when it is not. This has been fixed.
Added logic in plugin DLL to check if it is working with the expected plugin subform version.
Fixed compatibility issues with GnuPG V2 when multiple keys are available for a given name during matching.

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FindMySoft advises that PGPNotes should be only used in accordance with the rules of intellectual property and the existing Criminal Code.
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