Readme for PGP for Groupwise.

PGP for Groupwise v1.5 for GW4.1 and GW5.0(16-bit GW, DOS PGP) PGP for Groupwise v1.6beta for GW4.1 and GW5.0(16-bit GW, 16-bit Viacrypt) PGP for Groupwise v1.7 for GW4.1 and GW5.0(16-bit GW, 32-bit PGPmail) PGP for Groupwise v2.0 for GW5.0(32-bit GW, DOS PGP) PGP for Groupwise v2.1 for GW5.0(32 bit GW, 32-bit PGPmail) Copyright 1996, 1997, by Michael Risch

TABLE OF CONTENTS

INFORMATION INSTALLATION USE CHANGE LIST

NOTE: IF YOU ARE USING A PRODUCT WITH GROUPWISE 4.1, YOU MUST NOT PUT YOUR PGP PROGRAM IN A DIRECTORY WITH A LONG FILE NAME (e.g. "Program Files")

IMPORTANT NOTE ABOUT BETAS The windows versions are plug compatible with the DOS PGP versions. To use the new versions, copy your current pgpgw16.exe to pgpgw16.bak or pgpgw32.exe to pgpgw32.bak.

INFORMATION

The list of choices has grown complicated. If you are running GW4.1 under Windows95, use v1.7 with PGPmail. If you are running GW4.1 under Windows 3.1, use v1.6 with Viacrypt. If you are using GW5.x under Windows95, use v2.1 with PGPmail.

Send bug reports and enhancement requests to mvrisch@midway.uchicago.edu Updates and information at http://student-www.uchicago.edu/users/mvrisch

This is a front end for PGP that works with the Groupwise for Windows program. It works with Groupwise 4.1 and 5.x. Make sure you download the correct version. This is a 30-day evaluation. The product will stop working unless you register.

Shareware fees: Single user: $15 Ten users: $10 each Fifty users: $5 each 100 users or more: email me

Another reason to register (aside from avoiding copyright infringement) is that you will receive email notification of updates. To register, send a check and your contact information to:

Michael Risch 5020 S. Lake Shore Dr. #804 Chicago, IL 60615

I will contact you with the password necessary to unlock the software.

INSTALLATION

Note: if you have special settings you want from PGPmail or Viacrypt (such as showing all recipients), you can set them in that program and PGP for Groupwise will in most cases honor the settings.

32-Bit 1. To install v.2.0 or v2.1, unzip in a temporary directory and run setup.exe.

2. v2.0 (DOS PGP): The first time you run the program, it will ask for the location of the PGP file. Keep in mind that PGP can be called anything you want (it is usually pgp.exe), as long as that file is the one selected at the prompt. v2.1 (Windows PGPMail): If PGPMail is installed, PGP for Groupwise will use the PGPMail .ini file to find the public and private keyrings. You can point to new keyrings later in either PGP for Groupwise or PGPMail.

3. The user will need to quit Groupwise and reenter. PGP will be available in item views and in context menus.

4. Notepad is no longer required. The decrypted message and attachments are stored in the Groupwise Message Store as a note message, and is annotated to the PGP Message. Items are saved in WP format prior to encryption, so that any rich text is saved.

5. v2.0 works with PGP 2.6.2. Other versions may work, including windows versions that accept PGP parameters. Email me with version anecdotes. If you need PGP, I have a link at my web site - http://www-student/users/mvrisch. v2.1 works with PGPMail 4.5. If you are using Viacrypt 4.0 (16-bit), you can obtain a relatively inexpensive upgrade from Pretty Good Privacy, Inc.

6. The program is networkable, so you can have one copy of PGP and PGPGW in a central location. Because individual .ini files are stored, the paths to the programs do not need to be the same for each user. If PGP is networked, people will share the same public and secret key rings. This is useful if you have different secret keys (for example, in a law firm, you might have an attorney signature, and assistant signing for an attorney signature, and a general firm signature) and everyone will have access.

7. In order for keys to work, they must be in the form: Pat Public

8. If there are two keys with the same email address in brackets as a user name, the last one created will always be used.

9. Attachments are handled in the following way. Encryption: the originals are saved to disk, encrypted, and returned to the message as doc1.asc, doc2.asc, etc.

16-Bit

1. To install v1.5, v1.6 or v1.7, copy to the directory of your choice and unzip the file.

2. Each user who wants to use the program will need to run PGPGW.EXE from Windows (Using File|Run, or the method of their choice). If you get a DDE Error the first time you run the program, choose the option to run Groupwise. v1.5 Only: This will run the install routine. The program installs a .ini file in c:\windows, so if your Windows files are somewhere else, you will need to create a dummy directory. v1.6 and v1.7: The install routine is no longer automatic. You will need to hit the Setup button with Groupwise running the first time.

3. v1.5 (DOS PGP): The install routine will ask for the location of the PGP file. Keep in mind that PGP can be called anything you want (it is usually pgp.exe), as long as that file is the one selected at the prompt. v1.6 (Windows 3.1 Viacrypt) or v1.7 (Windows95 PGPMail): If PGPMail or Viacrypt ("PGPMail") is installed, PGP for Groupwise will use the PGPMail .ini file to find the public and private keyrings. You can point to new keyrings later in either PGP for Groupwise or PGPMail.

4. The user will need to quit Groupwise and reenter. PGP will show up on the tools menu in the "view mail" and "send mail" windows.

5. This works in Windows 3.1 and Windows95. Use v1.5 in either, v1.6 in Windows 3.1 and v1.7 in Windows95. Notepad is no longer required. The decrypted message and attachments are stored in the Groupwise Message Store as a note message.

6. v1.5 works with PGP 2.6.2. Other versions may work, including old Viacrypt for Windows versions that accept PGP parameters. Email me with version anecdotes. If you need PGP, I have a link at my web site - http://www-student/users/mvrisch

7. The program is networkable, so you can have one copy of PGP and PGPGW in a central location. Because individual .ini files are stored, the paths to the programs do not need to be the same for each user. If PGP is networked, people will share the same public and secret key rings. This is useful if you have different secret keys (for example, in a law firm, you might have an attorney signature, and assistant signing for an attorney signature, and a general firm signature) and everyone will have access.

8. In order for keys to work, they must be in the form: Pat Public

9. If there are two keys with the same email address in brackets as a user name, the last one created will always be used. This is a PGP "feature".

10. Attachments are handled in the following way. Encryption: the originals are saved to disk, encrypted, and returned to the message as doc1.asc, doc2.asc, etc.

USE

The following is a primer on how to use the program. Note that in order to do anything, either a single "send mail" window must be open and in front (for encryption and mailing keys) or a "view mail" window must be open and in front (for decryption and adding a public key to the ring. The 32-bit client need not have an edit window open, as PGP for Groupwise will open one for you.

To successfully use PGP, you must have a secret key and someone else's public key. They must have their secret key and your public key.

A. Go to Send new mail. Select New Key from the Tools menu (16-bit) or New Key from the PGP menu (32-bit).

B. You will need to "New Key" to make your own private key. Your user name form should be: Pat Public (be sure to fill in your own information)

C. You can "Mail Key" your key to someone. The send new mail window has to be open when you select PGP to do this. You can then send the key.

D. Have someone mail you their key. While you are reading the incoming mailed key, select PGP. Then hit "Key to Ring" to add the key to your ring.

E. Go to send new mail again, and type a message. Select PGP again. Select the recipient and the sender (you should now have both keys). Then select encrypt, enter the password you gave under New Key. You can then send the mail.

F. Have someone send you an encrypted message. While you are reading it, select PGP. Then select Decrypt and enter your password.

CHANGE LIST

10/28/97 Fixed key extraction problems in German versions

10/21/97 Added clearsigning to v2.2 and v1.8

10/17/97 Fixed decrypt bug in v1.8

10/13/97 Released v1.8 Releasedv2.2

09/20/97 Updated v1.6beta Miscellaneous bug fixes German language versions released

06/19/97 Fixed double key listing in v2.1 Updated v1.6beta

04/30/97 v1.7 released v2.1 released v1.6beta released Fixed various minor bugs

03/07/97 v1.7beta released v2.1beta released v2.0 released Added seamless integration with Windows .dll's to v1.7 and v2.1 Improved attachment handling Added signing and password only encryption to v1.7 (GW 4.1) Added better handling of decrypted messages to v1.7(GW 4.1)

02/05/97 added signing and keyless encryption to 2.0 version

01/28/97 added 30-day lock v2.0 beta release 32-bit added functionality context menus WP format saving improved decryption handling functionality from windows client browser removed need to click "OK" after all PGP events user no longer needs to have c:\windows directory v1.5 release

9/06/96: v1.5 beta2 release Added additional menu functionality Cleaned up user interface

8/09/96: v1.5 beta release Beta version to fix wpciwin error

7/24/96: Fixed screen resolution problem

7/16/96: Fixed alternate program bug. However, VIACrypt may still not work correctly

4/26/96: v1.1 release Added attachment encryption/decryption! Same functionality as smaller verson, but new code and much, much, much smaller disk and memory footprint. Win95 functionality tested and working

4/3/96: Added password hiding Potential workaround for encryption/macro bug 4/4/96: Added saving of keys for auto reloading




Copyright 1997 by michael risch - ALL RIGHTS RESERVED