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if i encryp the mail using java mail API with PGP or S/MIME. Can i open these mail by any way in web brower. I mean can i do some arrangement (like sending certificate with mail) so that i can open these mails in web browser rather in mail client only
 
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I don't even know how to open ordinary e-mail messages in a web browser without using a mail client. Can you clarify what this means?
 
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actually may be i was wrong in writing it properly. actually from mail client, i mean outlook express/microsoft outlook etc. I want to know wether i can open any encrypted mail in explorer in web based mail client.
I hope this clerification make sense
 
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