On 02/04/05(19:53) you =?iso-8859-1?Q?Tom=E1s_Silva?= <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote
|The company i work for has been using delegate for a long time now.
|We use it as a POP3, SMTP and Socks proxy. Our ISP is changing the e-mail services to protected ones as POP3 SSL and SMTP-Auth, what i want to know is if i have any way of using delegate with this protocols. What should i do ?
|My POP3 (SSL) port will be 995 and the SMTP-Auth url will be smtpa.netcabo.pt.
To make a gateway from POP client to POP3S server, do as this:
You need SSLway installed as in <URL:http://www.delegate.org/delegate/ssl/>
To let a SMTP-DeleGate do SMTP-Auth, use MYAUTH parameter to send an
authentication information toward the server:
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