Thunderbird 78.2.1 and 81.0b2 milestone
patrick at enigmail.net
Sun Aug 30 09:08:33 UTC 2020
Congrats -- a major achievement has been reached!
20 years and 247 days after creation of bug 22687, Thunderbird
officially has its own implementation of OpenPGP. 10 years ago I would
not have even dared to dream that this would ever happen ;-)
On 30.08.2020 03:24, Wayne Mery wrote:
> Thunderbird 78.2.1 and 81.0b2 are both live.
> * 78.2.1 enables OpenPGP by default
> * 81.0b2 ditto, plus a few fixes
> OpenPGP enabled by default is a new milestone in the evolution of
> version 78. The UI is now visible for end-to-end (message) encryption,
> aka e2ee, in account settings.
> * Introduction
> * Ask questions at https://thunderbird.topicbox.com/groups/e2ee
> * File bug reports at
> tb-planning mailing list
> tb-planning at mozilla.org
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