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Email OpenPGP instructions

Windows

How to install GPG4win and generate your PGP key.

  1. Download GPG4Win

  2. Run Installer and make sure you activate Kleopatra and GPA as a components to install.

  3. Generate your Keypair from Kleopatra by going to File -> New Certificate.

  4. Choose Create a personal OpenPGP key pair from the options.

  5. Create a Key pair corresponding to the email from where you will be sending your signed messages.

  6. Save a backup of this key pair into a secure location in your local storage only you control. You will use this to load onto Enigmail.

Copying your PGP Key

  1. Right click on the key from the list in Kleopatra

  2. Select Details from the dropdown menu

  3. Hit Export button

  4. Copy Block of text produced.

  5. Paste public key block wherever needed.

Signing with your PGP Key

  1. Right click or Ctrl + C copy the desired text to your clipboard.

  2. Hit the Clipboard Menu button on Kleopatra, then OpenPGP-Sign

  3. Copy the produced output and paste into email or into Telegram message to gai, the guld ai. - This is how we make transactions on the guld blocktree.

Encrypting with your PGP Key

  1. Right click or Ctrl + C copy the text to encrypt to your clipboard.

  2. Hit the Clipboard Menu button on Kleopatra, then Encrypt

  3. Use the public key of the people you wish to give permission to read your secret message.

  4. Copy the produced output and paste into email or Through any means available to have private conversations.

Setting up Thunderbird + Enigmail as your email client. Recoommended

Follow these instructions in order to set up Thunderbird + the Enigmail plugin.

  1. Download Thunderbird Installer

  1. Install and Follow the configuration wizard to set up your email account

  1. Under Tools -> Addons, navigate to Extensions and search for Enigmail and hit Add to Thunderbird

  1. This should automatically pull your key from Kleopatra, if it doesn’t, then you must import your key backup from where you saved the export in Kleopatra.