[tpop3d-discuss]tpop3d 1.5.3 and TLS

Dave Baker dave at dsb3.com
Tue, 21 Dec 2004 09:29:55 -0500

On Tue, Dec 21, 2004 at 02:37:50PM +0100, Manuel Giorgini wrote:
> I would like to have two daemons running on my machine: a standard tpop3d
> on port 110, which features stls, and a secure tpop3d on port 995, with
> "immediate" tls transactions.

Do you have a specific need for the regular port 110 version to have stls?
In other words, are there clients that support STLS but not immediate TLS?

> It is my conclusion so far that I need two distinct configuration files.

Here's the top part of my conf:


A single tpop3d process listens on two ports.  port 110 "normal" (I have it set
for APOP only), and port 995 "immediate tls".

I expect you can modify that with "tls=stls,..." on the first part of
listen-address but since I don't need it I've not investigated that option



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