1998-12-05 - Re: pgp disk

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From: “Douglas L. Peterson” <fnorky@chisp.net>
To: “William H. Geiger III” <whgiii@openpgp.net>
Message Hash: 22d8322be704f2762c4ed4880d62a1ebd358377d630223137c682405c9fd8ca0
Message ID: <3669B5A0.9242EDF7@chisp.net>
Reply To: <199812051907.OAA001.57@whgiii>
UTC Datetime: 1998-12-05 22:21:19 UTC
Raw Date: Sun, 6 Dec 1998 06:21:19 +0800

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From: "Douglas L. Peterson" <fnorky@chisp.net>
Date: Sun, 6 Dec 1998 06:21:19 +0800
To: "William H. Geiger III" <whgiii@openpgp.net>
Subject: Re: pgp disk
In-Reply-To: <199812051907.OAA001.57@whgiii>
Message-ID: <3669B5A0.9242EDF7@chisp.net>
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William H. Geiger III wrote:
> In <Pine.LNX.4.02.9812051155290.30678-100000@khercs.chipware.net>, on
> 12/05/98
>    at 11:59 AM, Max Inux <maxinux@openpgp.net> said:
> >>>Where is the source for pgpfone?
> >Try pgpi.com, i believe if anyone has it they would.. maybe mit
> AFAIK the source for PGPfone has never been released. I had wanted to do a
> port to the OS/2 platform but was never able to get the source code for
> it.
> Nautilas has source available but I do not know what platforms it has been
> ported to.

Speak Freely can be found at these two sites:

It is free, has source code, and will work with pgp 2.6x.