Peics Pro 1.20, a PGP-shell for Eudora 3.0
Peics Pro is a PGP-shell that runs as an EMSAPI plug-in extension to Eudora.
PGP (Pretty Good Privacy, written by Philip Zimmermann)
is a program for very good public key encryption.
This is a DOS-program, that should be run from the DOS command-line.
Eudora from QUALCOMM is a very popular mail program for MS-Windows.
Peics Pro extends the menu of Eudora with an item "Run PGP..." and adds
a push button to the toolbar. That means that you can start PGP from the
Eudora menu or by clicking the button. The EMSAPI offers a menuitem under
"Edit | Message plugins...".
Peics copies the data in the current window to a text file on disk.
It scans the file to find out what it should do. Then it presents a dialog
It makes the most probable selection from the four radiobuttons in the
upper right corner of the dialog box, so you usually just have to click the
[OK] button. If you want something special, you can change the selection, though.
You can even encrypt or sign an already encrypted message.
Every change in the options or the listbox is immediately reflected in
Summary of features:
- Completely integrated in Eudora
- Easy-to-use interface
- Easy to install
- Button to start PGP-functions
- EMSAPI on-request translator
- Only 140 kB
- No extra libraries needed
- Almost no extra memory requirements
- No copy and paste needed
- "Sign from" option
- Reads the public key ring
- Displays a list box with keys
- Extended dialog box to set PGP flags, like -m, -s
- KeepPassword option for both the 16- and 32- bit versions
- Batchmode option
- You can even undo PGP-actions
- HTML Manual
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