From now on GPGIT will no longer be running on Canoe Mail. This means that if you provided a GPG key to automatically encrypt incoming mail, all new mail will be received as it was sent (either as plain text or encrypted by the sender).
GPGIT caused a great number of problems for upgrading the server and, if a dependency was outdated, would cause incoming mail to be blank for its users. The automatic encryption was also easy to trick: e-mailing canoemail.NET or CANOEMAIL.NET would bypass the encryption for a user with a key identity at canoemail.net.
Canoe Mail is, nevertheless, still fully encrypted. All mail passes through TLS 1.3 encryption and lives on an encrypted partition. The added GPG encryption was really just a redundancy and caused more trouble than it was worth. If you would like to see GPGIT return, please let me know.