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I do not have immediate plans to create an Android version, no. Those that are on Google Play are published by third parties, as you noted. I've had a number of exchanges with the author of Crypt4All . I trust what he's done and he did leave the option on the table to create an ad-free version. Perh...
That's not AES Crypt, so all I can suggest is to get a zip tool that will work. If ES File Explorer doesn't handle encryption, perhaps fine another tool that will. For example, WinZIP for Android might do it. I have not tried it. That said, if you wish to encrypt files using AES Crypt, there are at ...
- Sun Jan 19, 2020 5:03 am
- Forum: WebFinger
- Topic: Automatically configuring email
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Folks, Several years ago when I worked on WebFinger , one of the original objectives was to be able to use it to automatically configure email. I have several different email clients and each one is a pain to configure each time. What's worse is that I have to help others set up their clients. It's ...
- Sun Jan 19, 2020 4:54 am
- Forum: Single Pass
- Topic: Single Pass on Microsoft Edge
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We don't have a specific version of Single Pass for the new Microsoft Edge, but the one in the Google Chrome Web Store will install and works perfectly.
- Sat Jan 18, 2020 2:48 am
- Forum: Miscellaneous Topics
- Topic: Google rejecting mail due to bad domain reputation
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Folks, Packetizer has existed now nearly 20 years. It's hard to believe, but next month marks the 20 year old mark! During those years, we've run Google Adsense ads to help support our community-oriented web site. We've been in touch with folks at Google. We're very much known to Google. They probab...
You only need to use "make" if installing from source code. That file is a pre-compiled GUI package. For that, you just run it. However, you need to ensure the "execute" (X) bit is set in the file attributes. You can do that at the command line by typing: chmod 755 AESCrypt-GUI-3...
To do a "make" to build, yes. If installing the GUI package with the installer, you just need to insure the execute bit is set and then run it from the file manager. All of that can be done from within the file manager.
The installer doesn't modify the PATH variable on Windows, so the only way to make that work is to call the program using the full pathname (e.g., c:\Program Files\AES...). Alternatively, you can add the path to your profile in Windows. Of course, if you change directories to the AES Crypt install d...