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Library Address verification with PGP key

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Liverado distributes all the encryption keys for communication between users. It ensures that any user can seamlessly encrypt emails sent to other users. PGP keys are also used for digital signature verification.

Liverado distributes all encryption keys for communication between users. It ensures that any Liverado user can seamlessly encrypt emails sent to other Liverado users and non-Liverao users without the possibility of data being intercepted. This method ensures that all Liverado internal and external communications are encrypted.

If you want to specify which specific keys should be used to encrypt messages to each contact (the server cannot change them), you can use PGP keys.

To enable PGP keys:

  1. Go to Contact.

  2. Select the contact you want to enable the PGP keys.

  3. Go to email Setting.

  4. Go to PGP setting.

  5. This will display a list of all public keys that the server has for this user. In order to make the key a PGP key, select Trust from the drop-down menu under Action.

When you receive a message, these keys are also used for digital signature verification to verify the sender's identity. You can check whether the sender's identity has been verified by looking at the lock symbol in the sender's address.

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