PGP encyption support
Boxer should have GPG/PGP encryption support. There's no ios mail app that does this.
Sebastian Willing commented
PGP/GPG support should be there for all devices.
See also http://support.getboxer.com/forums/256309-android-feedback/suggestions/6400445-add-support-for-gnupg-on-android-devices
Mario Rabe commented
Yes, please support GPG
I agree! PGP is a must for any email app I use. Please add PGP support.
Arnold Hau commented
Yes, I need it urgently!
Axel Haustant commented
On Android, you can make the app register to apg.
It would be great!
Fully integrated gpg is fine to me too.
Chris Hardy commented
I have to encrypt my mail for work, if you could include the functionality, it would be very much appreciated.
Yes, I do use PGP heavily and would more than appreciate it. And as previously mentioned, you would be the first company ever to integrate this on iOS- you would get a lot of press for sure, but also expect a lot of scrutiny if it comes to reviewability/trust of your implementation. And I WOULD pay to get finally a workimg email program... Secure the secret key(s) with the touch ID in order to not having to type/paste it in all the time.
Peter Gonda commented
It will be great!!!
Pierluigi Perri commented
S/MIME too plz!
Jamie Conway commented
PGP support would be great.
S/MIME support please. Only the stock ios mail app offers this. I refuse to use any 3rd party email app until they support signing and encrypting email.
Artem Pronchakov commented
I definitely want this. It's not very useful to write and sign/encrypt mail in one program and send it with another one. I would pay for this feature in boxer.
John Yocum commented
PGP support would be great. I send/receive PGP encrypted email from my desktop daily, and would find it very convenient to be able to do the same on my phone.
Dan Kennedy commented
I concur here, it should have both OpenPGP support AND s/mime support. Also during their implementation there should be some sort of settings menu from within the email composition window that allows the user to toggle which of these is enabled/disabled, in addition to default options available for these. Example: I have s/mime signatures set to automagically sign every email if a valid certificate is available. Then from within the email composition window there should be a toggle to disable the signature for that occurrence or to add encryption for an encrypt & sign message. Thanks! Keep up the good work.
Stefan Lutz commented
That would be nice. I already have OpenPGP encryption on my desktop system and that feature for boxer would close a gap and prohibit problems with email recipients.
Andre van Schalkwyk commented