I need to automate sending encrypted text messages via e-mail to a particular (always the same) recipient, who runs Apple Mail.
I’ve installed GPGTools (https://gpgtools.tenderapp.com) on both ends, but it seems that I cannot tell Mail.app via Applescript to encrypt a particular outgoing email I’m creating with Applescript, right?
So, what other options do I have?
There’s also “GPG Services”, which adds System Services for encrypting a file or text, but those come up with a user prompt, asking for the recipient’s email or key, and I cannot provide that from my script.
However, it appears that I can simply embed a PGP-encrypted text block in a plain text e-mail, meaning that if I had a way to create that text block somehow, I could simply put it into a mail and send it, all thru AppleScript. The text to insert into the mail body would look like this:
Does someone know how I could create such a PGP message by providing the unencrypted text, and either the target’s email address or its public key?
Are there perhaps command line tools that do this?