Can PGP Desktop add a “Modification detection code”?

I need a solution

I’ve been using PGP Desktop and its predecessors for years; in fact, my key was created in 1999.

A GPG user with whom I exchange enccrypted email and files tells me they are now getting warnings about encrypted content that I send:  it does not include a “Modification detection code” (MDC), so it won’t decrypt. There are workarounds but they are cumbersome.

Does or can PGP Deskop support adding an MDC to my key? How? I’m on version 10.1.2.

Thanks,

Mark

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