On Tue, 21 Sep 2010, Floyd Resler wrote: > I used OpenSSL to generate the P12 file (I haven't actually sent this > to anyone since I'm still testing). So, I assumed that it was okay > for distribution. Perhaps not. At any rate, I like the idea of the > OpenPGP better. I'll see how to do that.
Oh good, good. That should work just fine. I thought you were saying that you'd sent the webserver's keys to the end-user. There's an email encryption method called S/MIME that uses that uses certificates and such that I think is handled pretty well by Outlook (or whatever Microsoft users do their email with these days). You could also look into that. It *might* be easier for your end-users. -- Erik Arneson <dyb...@lnouv.com> GPG Key ID : 1024D/62DA1D25 BitCoin : 1LqvuGUqJ4ZUSoE7YE9ngETjwp4yZ2uSdP Office : +1.541.291.9776 Skype : callto://pymander http://www.leisurenouveau.com/ -- PHP General Mailing List (http://www.php.net/) To unsubscribe, visit: http://www.php.net/unsub.php