During my yearly review of PGP mail clients, I finally discovered that MailDroid Pro (or MailDroid free if you don't mind ads) finally supports both PGP using MIME and inline.
This means that support on my daily driver platforms now works without being cumbersome:
- Android (MailDroid)
- Mac/Linux/Windows (Thunderbird w/ Enigmail)
- Webmail using localstorage (Rainloop)
Thunderbird on OSX is a bit interesting, but the key is to run
brew install pinentry-mac, and then add these two lines to
$HOME/.gnupg/gpg-agent.conf (remember to restart it):
use-standard-socket pinentry-program /usr/local/bin/pinentry-mac
I've also added a gist (signed with my current GPG key, remember to generate revocation certs, or suffer like I do with multiple lost keys over the years) of my current SSH keys / GPG key, all signed with my current GPG key.
New life with GPG here I come!