At 11:41 21.05.04 +0200, you wrote:
>In the OLD days, people were happy with SMTP-Auth. I consider it LESS
>security as SMTP after POP, because with SMTP-Auth, You sent Your
>e-mailadress and Your password of Your mailbox over the internet.
>When a man-in-the-middle catch this e-mail (or worse Your PW), he can
>use it for spam, or access Your mailbox.
This is only true for SMTP Authentication of type "plain" and "login".
With CRAM-MD5 its quite save.
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