sorry, if the question has been already answered....
i want to know whether openpgp plugin of squirrelmail perform clent to client encryption (excluding the encryption done if ssl in used to connect the client and server) like in hushmail..... or the encryption is performed on the server on which squirrelmail is running.
i tried to find the answer through books and google but i failed... so i have posted it here..
gpg plugin data is stored on webmail server and all actions are performed there. It is not client side application, if your "client" is webmail user's computer.
Quote from README.
The GPG Plugin for Squirrelmail is intended for most general-purpose
'convenience' encryption needs. If you are an average user of a web-mail
system, or if your system is maintained on a secured server that is not
open to the public Internet, then the GPG Plugin can probably be of use
to you in common encryption and decryption tasks. If you have truly
stringent needs for encryption (like keeping governments or security
experts out of your data), the GPG Plugin can still be useful, but it
does not take the place of careful off-line key management.