I need to add SSL support to my existing application that includes some
automated emailing. A local ISP has told some of our users that they
must use SSL for their email - not sure of the reasons but it happened
when the ISP linked up with Yahoo.
I thought the best thing to do would to use the SSL SMTP demo program to
prove that I could make the connection before I coded anything into my
program. BUT I just can't make it work. The ISP told the user that to
make their Outlook email client work that they just had to tick the
"This server requires a secure connection (SSL)" box and as far as I
know that is all they have had to do. I'm using their
Username/Password/SMTP Host/From/Port in running my test.
I've tried various combinations of Authentication and SSL-Type with no
success - they usually end up with the message "530 Access denied".
The following info messages came up when I tried Plain and Implicit and
pressed the following buttons:-
! Starting SSL handshake
Secure connection with TLSv1, cipher AES256-SHA, 256 secret bits (256
< 220 smtp103.tnz.mail.aue.yahoo.com ESMTP
RequestDone Rq=0 Error=0
> HELO ASL3
< 250 smtp103.tnz.mail.aue.yahoo.com
RequestDone Rq=1 Error=0
> EHLO ASL3
< 250-AUTH LOGIN PLAIN XYMCOOKIE
< 250 8BITMIME
RequestDone Rq=10 Error=0
> AUTH PLAIN ci5sY29ub24Aci5sY29ub25AeHRyYS5jby5uegBiZWFyMTAzNg==
< 530 Access denied
RequestDone Rq=11 Error=530 Access denied
I also get "RequestDone Rq=11 Error=500 STARTTLS is not available."
whenever I press the StartTLS button or change the SSL-Type to Explicit.
Any clues as to what I have wrong or how to find out where it is going
Aspect Systems Ltd
The Cooks Oasis
Phone: +682 28 213
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