Personally i don't like exclusion lists like that, even if the service
are hosted by google. The manifesto says that all servers must switch to
full encryption in order to work correctly with the rest of network, if
google servers don't do, they will be isolated but.. is his problem not
ours.



El 21/05/14 03:34, Timothée Ravier escribió:
> Hi,
> 
> I've read the XMPP TLS manifesto and I'd like to enforce it. But
> gmail.com doesn't do TLS and I'd like to exclude just this one.
> 
> I know that this is not ideal, but that's still better for me than the
> current status: not enforcing TLS for anyone.
> 
> The following patches are based on trunk sources and have been tested
> with 0.9.4 at im.siosm.fr.
> 
> The first patch add the "s2s_no_encryption_domains" option to require
> encryption for everyone but gmail.com and updates the default configuration.
> The second patch adds the commented ipv6 option to the default config.
> 
> Cheers,
> 
> Tim
> 


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