The aim of this project is the creation of a S/MIME Plugin for Pegasus Mail
Get the plugin from http://sourceforge.net/project/showfiles.php?group_id=25458. The source code is also available there.
There are three files available. The
pmsmime-version-src.zip contains the
source code, which is probably only of interest to developers. The
pmsmime-version-bin.zip contains the plugin itself, and
pmsmime-version.exe is an installer for the plugin.
This is probably the best choice for you. It also contains an uninstaller.
You might also want to look at http://sourceforge.net/projects/pm-smime. You can report bugs and request new features there. In addition, forums are available there.
This product includes cryptographic software written by Eric Young
This product includes software written by Tim Hudson (email@example.com).
This product includes software developed by the OpenSSL Project for use in the OpenSSL Toolkit (http://www.openssl.org/)
To make Pegasus recognize messages as encrypted, you must uncheck "Is a valid MIME-Message" in the Message Properties. Do this by right-clicking on the message and choosing Message Properties. There you can uncheck "Valid MIME Message". Unchecking "Contains data in Multipart/MIME Format" is no bad idea either.
Also note that the decryption of attachments can, as far as I know, not be supported in Pegasus Mail 3.x. Version 4 will hopefully correct this.
Certificates can be imported using the Key Importer or when an S/MIME signed Mail is received
To be able to verify the issuer of the certificate, do the following:
If you downloaded the installer file (.exe), you need not do the above steps, as the installer does all that for you.
Despite my earlier sayings, the plugin will not work properly if compiled with Borland's Compiler. The problem is that the resources can't be compiled.
Note, however, that the code should be considered Beta Quality and NOT READY FOR DAILY USE.
In case you need it: My PGP Key is available at http://pm-smime.sourceforge.net/biesi.asc
Last modified: July 21 2003 17:39:19 GMT.