I didn't ask how pgp works or how to use it :) My question is where gpg stores the private key. Assumably in ~/.gnupg but I cant import it to enigmail from there. – user577728 Feb 1 '17 at 12:46 You can generate the keys directly in enigmail using wizard.

Digitally Signing and Encrypting Messages | Thunderbird Help Thunderbird automatically recognizes that this is a PGP key. A dialog box appears, prompting you to ‘Import’ or ‘View’ the key. Click Importto import the key. You will see a confirmation that the key has been successfully imported. Thunderbird, Enigmail and OpenPGP | The Thunderbird Blog Thunderbird has been offering built-in support for S/MIME for many years and will continue to do so. The Enigmail Add-on has made it possible to use Thunderbird with external GnuPG software …

Allows moving Gmail emails to Thunderbird with all inserted attachments & message components. Also, applicable to migrate Google Apps, G Suite for Business to Thunderbird Account. Import a single Gmail account at once to Thunderbird account. The Gmail to Thunderbird migration package is available to install in different International languages.

In Thunderbird, select Tools > Add-ons. Use the search bar in the top right corner to search for Enigmail. Select Enigmail from the search results and follow the instructions to install the add-on. Creating PGP keys. Create your public/private keys as follows: On the Thunderbird menu bar, click OpenPGP and select Setup Wizard. Tags: encryption, enigmail, pgp, Thunderbird 78 Categories: Announcements, Thunderbird 30 responses. Wiktor wrote on October 8, 2019 at 11:50:. Wow, this is great! Thunderbird has a huge market share among my contacts but the current Enigmail setup that requires GnuPG is a no

Today the Thunderbird project is happy to announce that for the future Thunderbird 78 release, planned for summer 2020, we will add built-in functionality for email encryption and digital signatures using the OpenPGP standard.

Securing Thunderbird email with OpenPGP - Linux.com Jan 10, 2005 Encrypting Emails with PGP and Keybase This post guides you through the process of setting up PGP on OS X and registering a Keybase account. Configure Thunderbird and create a verified Keybase profile that allows you to send and receive encrypted email messages with other Keybase members. The entry was written for the CryptoParty get-togethers in Northern Ireland. LXer: Quick Tip: How to Enable OpenPGP Support in Mozilla