On 05/22/01(22:26) you "Maxime Dubois" <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote
|No, actually, I used a sniffer and saw the connection between client and
|POP-Delegate is not encrypted... I saw "STARTLS" on the console and thought
|it was, but I was wrong.
I am not sure of what console you mean and what is "STARTLS". It
might be the console of DeleGate showing "STARTTLS" ...
|When I use the -St option instead of -st, the proxy cuts the connection with
|the client (Outlook express and netscape messenger).
|So I can't use POP/SSL!
How did you configure your Netscape to use POP on SSL?
As far as I know, Netscape Messanger (4.75) does not support POP
on SSL. It supports only IMAP on SSL.
Outlook Express (OE) support POP on SSL (without negotiation by "STLS"
command in a non-SSL POP status). It is enabled by the check box
in the property configuration window of POP servers. To use
DeleGate+SSLway for OE, do not use "-st" nor "-St" option since
OE starts SSL without STLS negotiation. A command line of a
POPS-DeleGate can be like this:
% delegated -P8110 -v SERVER=pop://yourPopServer FCL=sslway
Remember that you must restart your OE to retry connection to a
POPS-server after you are rejected to connected it by some reasons.
@ @ Yutaka Sato <email@example.com> http://www.delegate.org/y.sato/
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