On Monday 12 July 2004 18:30, Doug Hardie wrote:
> On Jul 12, 2004, at 16:16, Chris wrote:
> > On Monday 12 July 2004 06:01 pm, Eric Crist wrote:
> >> What can I use as a secure (SSL) pop3 server.  I'm trying to
> >> eliminate all
> >> instances of passwords being transmitted to my network unencrypted.
> >> Mail
> >> is all that is left.  I want to setup pop as a secure service, before
> >> I
> >> worry about fighting with sendmail and SSL.
> >
> > qpopper offers both SSL and APOP options.
> I use qpopper with SSL quite successfully.  Its straight forward to
> setup.  However, getting the clients to work with that protocol can be
> quite difficult.  Eudora in particular has a broken TSL implementation
> so you have to disable TSL and let it default to SSL before it will
> work.

Is there a how-to you followed to get this working?  I followed one at 
http://bio.fsu.edu/sysalex/freebsd-mail-server_v2.htm and I can't get Kmail 
to authenticate via TLS/SSL.  I ran an nmap scan, and 110 and 995 are both 
listed as open now, so I think I set qpopper up correctly, but I'm not 

Thanks for your help.
Eric F Crist

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