Airmail for iPhone

GPG Encryption/Signature

There is a huge lack of signature and encryption capable email clients in the AppStore when it comes to GPG/PGP.

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      • Anonymous commented  · 

        Any update on GPG? Lack of this feature prevents use of a this email client, which is otherwise terrific.

      • Anonymous commented  · 

        Useless mobile app without this. How is it not even in beta? Now is the time to abandon ship, also found malware from airmail 2 that persisted through Apple store purchase of 3. If you’re at all concerned about security Airmail is not for you.

      • Anonymous commented  · 

        I would love the GPG functionality and the ability to import the key from a third party media in to the iPad. This would allow us to easily put only certain keys without example (signing key) on a non-secured media such as IOS.

      • Frank Gregor commented  · 

        I really miss PGP/GPG support to signing/encryption/decryption for both macOS and iOS. Canary on iOS does it very well, unfortunately they don't offer a macOS client.

        So, again... please implement it.

      • Siger 212 commented  · 

        Totally Agree, I’m managing 2 companies and I can’t risk all my emails being sent in the open any more - I’ve deactivated my account starting today on airmail pending full and locally stored pgp encryption keys support

      • Pixel user commented  · 

        The last feature missing from this app to make it a perfect answer for someone moving from Android K9 email

      • Thomas commented  · 

        I would pay an extra for it!

      • Steffen commented  · 

        In a "Post-Snowden-World" a valid mail-client needs a full PGP-integration, hence nobody should consider to use AirMail until this job is done. Moreover AirMail cannot be used in a commercial environment, because it is nearly impossible to protect business secrets. Please fix it! I want to use AirMail, because it seems to be a nice tool.

      • Christian commented  · 

        hey common, it's 2017!! Please implement email signing/encryption

      • G commented  · 

        Agree fully! I came here to make this exact suggestion.

      • Nils commented  · 

        I second that.... i think it is very important ... would make me switch from the beta to the paid version

      • Hans Jäger commented  · 

        I've been with AirMail from the beginning – and am still waiting for the PGP-Integration. It was put on halt right after the beginning. How come this long requested feature gets ignored for so long?

      • Walter commented  · 

        why still no GPG/PGP? Is the US Dept of State offering you incentives to keep it out?

      • Anonymous commented  · 

        Still on "gathering feedback"... this feature, as many others, is crucial in order to provide a unified user experience between Mac and iOS versions of Airmail.

      • Anonymous commented  · 

        Maybe to I integrate something like the mailenvelope.
        Gpg suite isn't working on sierra at the moment.

        But pgp in airmail would be great. I would also pay for this feature.

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