Send a signed and encrypted email from the command line

echo "SECRET MESSAGE" | gpg -e --armor -s | sendmail USER@DOMAIN.COM
A very simple command to send a signed and encrypted message from the command line using GPG Keys

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By: flip387
2009-09-04 20:47:12

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