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How to install and use GPG Suite to encrypt email with Apple Mail


In today's world, security and privacy are key. You have business and personal information you need to transmit or share, and doing so without first encrypting said information is a risk. If you use a Linux machine, working with various encryption tools is incredibly simple. You can install the likes of OpenPGP from the standard repositories and easily use it from the command line or from within apps like Thunderbird.

But what if macOS is your platform of choice? What do you do? You have a few options, one of which is to install the GPG Suite of tools. This particular software will install GPGMail (an open source plugin for Apple Mail), GPG Keychain (an open source application for macOS that allows you to manage OpenPGP keys), GPG Services (a plugin that brings GPG to nearly any Mac application), and MacGPG (the underlying engine for the GPG Suite). I'm going to show you how you can get this open source app installed and use it with the likes of Apple Mail.

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