[tor-dev] Torbirdy - IMAP issue
arkmd at mailtor.net
Fri Dec 6 22:00:55 UTC 2013
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I've checked it again. Write, wait it to be saved, close and open your
email via web-mail. And thats my draft in cleartext on mailtor.net server:
> Testing draft.
> Icedove 17.0.10 Enigmail 1.6 TorBirdy 0.1.2
> That's it.
> It doesn't have anything to do with TorBirdy.
I did not say it is TorBirdy fault.
But yes it has everything to do with TorBirdy. It is an anonymity and
security tool and tries avoid leaks. Maybe you just don't see it as a
Anyway the users must know it may happen.
> All you really have to do, is to have Encryption on by default in
> Enigmail. Your drafts are now going to be encrypted. Problem
> By default, Enigmail saves an encrypted copy of the message. This
> is the default setting  and I think it also confirms this when
> it saves an encrypted message for the first time. TorBirdy does
> not modify this setting so it should be enabled by default for
Enigmail asks to save an encrypted draft *only when you enable
encryption* to that message. If you forget to set the encryption and
write it will be saved in cleartext without asking anything.
When you are sending the email Enigmail asks if you really wanna send
unencrypted, but the draft already have been sent unencrypted on the
Enigmail should ask *always* when saving a draft remotely. Even
locally it should.
And TorBirdy should help prevent this to happen.
griffin at cryptolab.net:
> Now Thunderbird is set to *not* automatically create/save drafts.
> Works like a charm. =)
That should be default set by both Enigmail and TorBirdy.
Also should set to save locally, instead of remotely, if the user
wants to save a draft.
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