PGP/GPG encryption support
PGP/GPG encryption with support for Open Keychain integration.
Another 'me too'. Work is switching to Boxer, and I'd switch personal email also if APG encryption was supported. Still working with K9 in the meantime
Joseph Barlow commented
With the increasing illegal spying the government is doing on us it's even more important these days to have encryption support. I use open Keychain on Android with k9 but k9 UI is old but they never seems to want to improve it. Please step in to the 21st century and add gpg/pgp
Peter Schmenger commented
E-Mail is like postcard. Everyone can read it.
So why is encryption not implemented yet?
I use GPG since more than 10 Years. An I miss it on mobile.
Sebastian Willing commented
Mario Rabe commented
GPG Support is important for me for any mail-client. And a nogo if it's not supported. Otherwise I very much like Boxer so please enable it for me :)
Benjamin Podszun commented
This is somewhat of a 'me too' comment here. Context: Coming from Cyanogen OS on a bacon I'm kinda hooked. This is a great mail client. But I'm back with K-9 (and CyanogenMod, for that matter). This option is my certainly hardly relevant deal breaker.
GnuPG support -> My money, and gladly.
Michael Schmitt commented
@Anonymous: Tell them how scary it is that ALL of their email is sent out in the clear and easily sniffed by anyone in the chain of delivery. You can at least GPG sign your email to verify that it's from you. That's better than nothing.
yes, yes, yes, I really want this ! in today's world we need as much security as possible.
Just one problem: if I use Boxer with PGP and the people or company where I send the encrypted email don't have Boxer and/or PGP what then... ???
Craig Huffstetler commented
This would be -amazing-