Re: does courier-pop-ssl work with outlook using SPA?
hi ya dragos
i'd try the following...
- leave the one secure pop3 working as is
get another secure pop3d running on a diff server
and see if that other one will fix the pop3 clients
that complains about the CA
( try something generic like netscape which should
( work for all of the windoze boxes
or upgrade or downgrade their Windoze os and/or outlook
than you can point to management as says tom,dick and harry
can do secure pop3 with their boxes... mary, sally, jane
can do secure pop3 on server2
and micky, donald and bozo need to upgrade their pcs
and besides... if one secure pop3 server dies...they can read
from the other server
- and nope... i hate windoze...and i dont do windoze...
have fun linuxing
On Wed, 5 Dec 2001, Dragos wrote:
> On Tuesday 04 December 2001 05:44 pm, Alvin Oga wrote:
> > hi ya dragos
> > i found various permutations works or dont work..
> > just have to try it out ... to see if its your lucky day..
> > Win95, Win98, WinNT-4.x, Win2000,
> > outlook vs outlook2000
> > netscape-4.x, netscape-6.x
> > talking to any secure pop3 daemon
> > have fun
> > alvin
> > http://www.Linux-Sec.net/Mail/Secure_pop3.txt -- more pop3s info ...
> > On Tue, 4 Dec 2001, Dragos wrote:
> > > do I have any chance of making an (any) pop-ssl server authenticate
> > > securely outlook (more like lookout! ) clients? using SPA or ssl...
> > > to put it another way, does outlook support any encrypted authentication
> > > besides SPA?
> > >
> > > thanks, dragos
> hello Alvin,
> I I have some mixed results..., it works, but depending on the lookout!
> version, it just asks first time about server certificate not being signed by
> an authority and after I accept it, thats it, or, it warns me every time that
> the server name and certificate do not match (the users will not like this !
> -being asked every time, that is-);
> the certificate is the default one, which was generated at install, which
> leads me to another question: how do I generate a self signed certificate?
> would an apache generated one work? (I did that before and I know how to do
> It doesn't say anywhere in the doc (/usr/share/doc/courier*), I don't have a
> Makefile, nothing!
> thanks, dragos
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