You might want to look at existing GPG solutions for postfix, Exim, etc. The gpgit perl script is a filter that encrypts the message body with the public key of the sender. I think it would “just work” with a filter hook at the delivery stage and the ability to pass the recipient’s email address on the command line.
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On Jul 6, 2017, at 3:10 PM, surgemail-support <surgemailHIDDEN@email@example.com> wrote:
> We will look into adding a setting to allow something like that at the delivery stage.
> On 6/07/2017 5:37 p.m., John Wilkes wrote:
>> I was hoping to implement encryption of incoming messages with a filter that encrypts the message body with the recipient’s public key, but that requires something like g_filter_cmd at a later stage, before delivery to a single recipient’s inbox.
>> I imagine that this has been discussed in the past...
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