On Friday 21 May 2004 09:11 am, [EMAIL PROTECTED] 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.

> JKister> Are you insinuating that this is not so with POP3 (or "SMTP after 

> No not at all, were do You get this ?

you said it yourself.

> Maybe You read it Your way. 

no, he read it as you wrote it.

> You can authenticate with POP3-SSL, and have a SMTP after POP, so were
> is Your point, in this case ?

you can also smtp auth over ssl

> What I insinuating was to use TLS for SMTP, and not SMTP Auth.

you said that later, but that wasn't your original statement.


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