On Monday 12 July 2004 08:52 pm, Eric Crist wrote: > 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. > > Ok. Ignore my previous messages. I've got TSL working, but APOP is not > working, even though the server says it supports it. I get an error about > some DB not existing. Any ideas? > > Also, I followed the previously listed example to create a certificate. > How do I use my existing web certificates? I think they're separate > cert/key files. Do I need to combine these? Is it better to make a second > cert/key for my mail server, only sign it with my CA cert? I've created my > own CA that my users trust, I just don't do this often enough to remember > the process. > > Almost there with this part! >
I would just like to know how to configure Outlook2000 to work with my mailserver to use APOP -- Best regards, Chris -- This message has been scanned for viruses and dangerous content by MailScanner, and is believed to be clean. ClamAV virus dat updated: Mon Jul 12 2004 at 03:03:00 daily.cvd updated (version: 401, sigs: 831, f-level: 2, builder: ccordes) _______________________________________________ [EMAIL PROTECTED] mailing list http://lists.freebsd.org/mailman/listinfo/freebsd-questions To unsubscribe, send any mail to "[EMAIL PROTECTED]"