Noteworthy changes in Mailcrypt version 3.5.6: * Fix to work with GnuPG-1.0.5. * Update docs to point to new home on SourceForge. * Changes that have been languishing in CVS for, um, ages. (18 months? eek!) * Bugfix in mh-rmail support. Len's note says it "dropped the user into a stupid buffer after decrypting a message". * Bugfix in RMAIL "signature verified" status indicator (the "verified" label). Old code got the flag backwards if you chose to replace the encrypted message with the decrypted plaintext. New code fixes that and marks the message decrypted (and verified, if appropriate) even if you just view it without replacing the original. * Minor build fixes. Noteworthy changes in Mailcrypt version 3.5.5: * GnuPG support is now compatible with versions through 1.0. Noteworthy changes in Mailcrypt version 3.5.4: * None, really; this is a bugfix release. Noteworthy changes in Mailcrypt version 3.5.3: * Added support for the Horowitz Key Protocol. PGP5 key fetching is feature-complete. * Fixed a minor compatibility bug between GPG 0.9.3 and Mailcrypt. Noteworthy changes in Mailcrypt version 3.5.2: * Added key fetching for PGP 5.0. Uses finger or HTTP, but not hkp yet. * Fixed a bug which dumped GNUS users into the wrong buffer after verifying a signature. * Fixed a compatibility bug between XEmacs and FSF Emacs in mc-setversion. * Fixed a bug in mh-e support so that users can view decrypted messages without saving them. * Several minor bugfixes. Noteworthy changes in Mailcrypt version 3.5b4: * Fixed a bug which broke encryption to multiple recipients (PGP 5). * Fixed a bug which broke encryption of 8-bit data and files (PGP 5). * Fixed the missing "timer.el" problem. Now Mailcrypt should run properly for Xemacs users. * Eliminated some silly shell and perl scripts. * Updated the README to reduce installation difficulties (I hope). Noteworthy changes in Mailcrypt version 3.5b1: * No bug fixes; in fact there are probably fresh new bugs. * Mailcrypt now supports PGP version 5.0 as well as version 2.6.*, and can be toggled between "active versions" at will. Every effort has been made to ensure that what used to work, still works.