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Released Enigmail 0.95.7 extension to the mail client of Mozilla Thunderbird and Mozilla Seamonkey

Enigmail is an extension to the mail client of Mozilla Thunderbird and Mozilla Seamonkey which allows users to access the authentication and encryption features provided by GnuPG (see screenshots).

The latest version of Enigmail is 0.95.7, working with Thunderbird 2.0 and Seamonkey 1.1

Enigmail is open source and dually-licensed under the GNU General Public License and the Mozilla Public License.

You can download and install Enigmail from the Download page. See the Help page for post-installation instructions.
Mozilla toolbar showing Enigmail decrypt button
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Features List
See the Features page for a full list of Enigmail's features.

Enigmail is cross-platform like all Mozilla products, although binaries are supplied only for selected platforms on this website. Enigmail uses inter-process communication to execute command-line versions of GnuPG to carry out encryption/authentication.

Screenshots

(Taken from Enigmail version 0.95.6)

OpenPGP menu and Main Thunderbird window with Decrypt button
OpenPGP menu and Main Thunderbird window with Decrypt button


OpenPGP menu in main window
OpenPGP menu in main window

Compose window with OpenPGP Security button

Compose window with OpenPGP Security button
OpenPGP menu in message composition window

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OpenPGP menu in message composition window

Enigmail Preferences Window
Enigmail Preferences Window
Enigmail per-account Settings

Enigmail per-account Settings

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