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Re: [opensuse] Re: POP3 mail server
  • From: "Chuck Davis" <cjgunzel@xxxxxxxxx>
  • Date: Wed, 31 Jan 2007 16:22:08 -0800
  • Message-id: <883e44790701311622h4c955954v3972672b1c44b996@xxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
Hi Sandy:

I put the certificate in /etc/ssl/certs.

There is nearly nothing in my /etc/imapd.conf. No instructions or
samples of what should be there.

Thanks for any help.

Chuck.




On 1/31/07, Sandy Drobic <suse-linux-e@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote:
Chuck Davis wrote:
> It's really annoying when what worked with 10.1 does not work with 10.2!
>
> I have postfix working and mail is arriving at my server.
>
> I installed the imap package and POP3 is running on port 110 per nmap.
>
> I created a certificate as I have in the past and as is currently
> documented in the mail HOW-TO @ opensuse.org.

And what did you do with the certificate?

> Attempting to configure Kmail: Set up a POP3 account. On the Extras
> page "Check what the server supports" reports "Use TLS" and
> Authentication: "Clear Text".
>
> Attempting to connect gives error: "Could not connect to host Your
> POP3 server does not support TLS. Disable TLS if you want to connect
> without encription"
>
> Disabling TLS on the Extras tab and reconnecting results in: "Coult
> not login to myserver. The server said: 'Unknown AUTHORIZATION state
> command'".
>
> I've been unsuccessful finding any config files for POP3 that would
> let me enable TLS.

Take a look at /etc/imapd.conf, it is also responsible for POP3.

Sandy

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