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QUESTION: Can you advise please if the Let's Encrypt SSL/TLS Certificate (http://www.FutureQuest.net/Services/VAS/#LECert [1]) is sufficient for use with the pgp form mail on my FutureQuest site? ANSWER: Although I am unsure which form you are usi...
Rich@RSmarketing.com has developed a PGP formmail script that works well with our particular configuration. PGP Form Mail provides a secure method of emailing the data collected in an HTML form. Its primary purpose is to allow the results of an onlin...
QUESTION: We are wanting to set up a secure way of emailing data from a form for a couple of our sites and for some clients that are also being hosted with FutureQuest. However, I have a couple of questions: 1. Do you have a copy of PGP installed on...
QUESTION: Do you offer secure access to email with your hosting packages? ie: secure pop3, smtp, and IMAP access? ANSWER: Yes. FutureQuest offers the choice between traditional email access methods or secure email access methods. There are no extra...
This is an effort to explain how to use SecureCRT to send and retrieve your email over an encrypted link. It is assumed that you are already able to make a secure connection to FutureQuest® (or to your ISP if you have your mail forwarded) via SSH. This...
The following guide is offered as a convenient method of securing your email traffic. In essence, the objective of port forwarding is that your POP password goes through the SSH tunnel encrypted. Secondary to this, all email messages traveling from the...