In the belief that GPGee is now ready for production use, I've just
released version 1.0. For those who aren't familliar with it, GPGee is
a Windows explorer shell extension. It adds support for GnuPG to the
right-click context menu in Windows explorer.

You can download it from the GPGee home page at: http://gpgee.excelcia.org

GPGee's features include:

- Sign, sign+encrypt, or encrypt multiple files at once.
- Verify/decrypt multiple files at once - GPGee automatically
detects the GnuPG file type and performs the correct operaation.
- Can configure the location of the gpg.conf, public and secret
keyrings files. Use GPGee with keys stored on usb flash drives.
* - Quick-select encryption key groups. Encrypt to multiple
recipients quickly and easily.
* - Visual indication of the trust level of signatures
* - Compares expiry date of keys against the date signatures were
produced.
- Context-sensitive help
- It's free software, just like GnuPG. Inspect the code for yourself.

* = New feature for 1.0

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Version: GnuPG v1.4.1 (MingW32)
Comment: Using GnuPG with Thunderbird - http://enigmail.mozdev.org

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