Yes, you have the public key, but you don't have the private key thatQuote:> Sorry, i am novice. Here is my problem. I imported already publik key
> (.asc file) to PGPkeys. But when i try to read encrypted message i am
> getting a window: "It is not possible to decrypt this message because
> your keyring does not contain usable private key(s) corresponding to
> any of the above public key(s)". I see this public key in this window,
> moreover, i have my personal private key but i can't understand why
> message is still unreadable for me. Have i missed something?
> Please help me.
Recently, I purchased McAfee Office Pro 2000 to send encrypted business
email. It was my understanding that commercial PGP products offered the
ability to send PGP messages to recipients WITHOUT PGP installed, using a
pre-arranged password to open the message. Don't the commercial versions of
PGP offered this? Or, is there a downloadable upgrade to realize this