All Mailcrypt commands are (by default) activated by three-character key sequences which begin with C-c /. The most common operations are:
|Encrypting a Message|
C-c / e encrypts a message using the recipient's (or recipients') public key(s). See Encrypting.
|Decrypting a Message|
C-c / d decrypts a message using your secret key. See Decrypting.
|Signing a Message|
C-c / s clearsigns a message using your secret key. See Signing.
|Verifying a Signature|
C-c / v verifies the signature on a clearsigned message using the sender's public key. See Verifying.
These functions and others are documented in detail in the following chapters.
Any time you are composing or reading mail or news, you can get a
summary of the available commands by typing C-h m. If you are
running Emacs under X, an even easier way to see the available commands
is to access the
Mailcrypt pull-down menu.