There is a certain level of added risk if you do not verify the certificate,
but for non-critical systems (that are secured properly nonetheless) I would
assess this risk as acceptable.
On the other hand: since Let's Encrypt started handing out free certificates, I
don't see any reason to hold on to self-signed certificates. The process to
acquire a new certificate and to periodically renew such certificate is pretty
Verzonden vanaf mijn Sony Xperia™-smartphone
---- Davide Perini schreef ----
>Ok I switched to the SMTP auth but since I have a self signed
>certificate I have added those lines to my default.inc.php file:
>$config['smtp_conn_options'] = array(
> 'ssl' => array(
> 'verify_peer' => false,
> 'verify_peer_name' => false,
>and now it works.
>is this ok or I am creating some security problems or other type of
>Il 2017-08-09 06:10 Vincent Van Houtte ha scritto:
>> Do you mean you're using php's mail()-function to send emails? In that case
>> I suggest you read the changelog before you upgrade...
>> Verzonden vanaf mijn Sony Xperia(tm)-smartphone
>> ---- Davide Perini schreef ----
>> Nothing changed apart the roundcube version.
>> In data 8 agosto 2017 22:39:02 mick crane <mick.cr...@gmail.com> ha scritto:
>>> On 2017-08-08 21:07, Davide Perini wrote:
>>>> Hi all,
>>>> I use roundcubemail since years, I am running it on the latest Centos.
>>>> As soon as I upgraded it to the 1.3 version I can't send email anymore
>>>> using phpmail.
>>>> When I try to send an email it says:
>>>> "SMTP Error (554): ... "em...@email.it" non riuscito (5.7.1 
>>>> <sb...@email.it>: Relay access denied)"
>>>> Can you help me please?
>>> if ISP some of them won't let you use "un-registered email addresses or
>>> other SMTP servers.
>>> maybe it is something like this if something changed ?
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