----- Original Message ----- From: "Ken Jones" <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> > On Monday 05 April 2004 8:08 pm, Charles Sprickman wrote: > > On Mon, 5 Apr 2004, Ken Jones wrote: > > > I'd like any comments or votes on how this version > > > is using a POP3 type protocol. > > > > Sounds good to me, this is getting exciting! > > > > One little question... What are you thinking of as far as encryption? > > I'm sure there's going to be some people running the client on a box > > seperate from the server. You looking at adding ssl support, or are you > > thinking of just letting something like stunnel handle that? > > My favorite is ucspi-tcp-ssl with a self signed certificate. > It provides peer to peer encryption by just adding -s to the > tcpserver options. Or use stunnel. It is similar to how email > clients and mail servers encrypt pop3/smtp/imap communication.
I thought so about ucspi. tcpserver is a good tool. Solt