Commit 8c9bb6f5 authored by Daiki Ueno's avatar Daiki Ueno
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* gnus.texi (Security): Fix wording; add a link to epa.info.

parent 28bf482a
2009-06-04 Daiki Ueno <ueno@unixuser.org>
* gnus.texi (Security): Fix wording.
* gnus.texi (Security): Fix wording; add a link to epa.info.
2009-06-04 Ryan Yeske <rcyeske@gmail.com>
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......@@ -12020,8 +12020,9 @@ things to work:
@item
To handle @acronym{PGP} and @acronym{PGP/MIME} messages, you have to
install an OpenPGP implementation such as GnuPG. The Lisp interface
to GnuPG included with Emacs is called EasyPG, but PGG (@pxref{Top,
,PGG, pgg, PGG Manual}), Mailcrypt, and gpg.el are also supported.
to GnuPG included with Emacs is called EasyPG (@pxref{Top, ,EasyPG,
epa, EasyPG Assistant user's manual}), but PGG (@pxref{Top, ,PGG, pgg,
PGG Manual}), Mailcrypt, and gpg.el are also supported.
@item
To handle @acronym{S/MIME} message, you need to install OpenSSL. OpenSSL 0.9.6
......@@ -12050,7 +12051,7 @@ protocols. Otherwise, ask user.
Symbol indicating elisp interface to OpenPGP implementation for
@acronym{PGP} messages. The default is @code{epg}, but @code{pgg},
@code{mailcrypt}, and @code{gpg} are also supported although
deprecated. By default, Gnus uses the first available interface on
deprecated. By default, Gnus uses the first available interface in
this order.
@item mml2015-use
......@@ -12059,7 +12060,7 @@ Symbol indicating elisp interface to OpenPGP implementation for
@acronym{PGP/MIME} messages. The default is @code{epg}, but
@code{pgg}, @code{mailcrypt}, and @code{gpg} are also supported
although deprecated. By default, Gnus uses the first available
interface on this order.
interface in this order.
@end table
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