Says here that "Bob Haroche" <spambait at onpointsolutions.com> wrote: > A client needs to receive enrypted email generated from a web form. > Its current virtual hosting company has pgp installed on its server > but offers no support for it (notwithstanding a $40+/mo. hosting fee, > incl. SSL), plus the pgp.pl script it provides is based on an old > version of Matt's formmail. EWWWW! http://handsonhowto.com/cgi103.html ("Perl Police! Step away from the keyboard!") > I know we can do better. Well, I'm going to stick my neck out here a little bit; I've hesitated to turn evolt loose on this, as I'm sure y'all will find a million and one things that need to be fixed Right Away, but why put it off.... It's called "SimpleshoPHP" (http://simpleshop.org/) and the final step in its order process is a PHP form -> GPG/PGP solution. The trick is that you use an encryption-only key on the server. Since the private key -- the DEcryption key -- is never exposed (because it never, ever resides on the server) it should be relatively secure. The entire package is given a walkthrough in excruciating detail, including setting up PGP (or GPG). If your client still can't make it work and needs a hosting provider, feel free to contact me off list.