[Dovecot] SSL with startssl.com certificates

Reindl Harald h.reindl at thelounge.net
Tue Sep 17 15:43:03 EEST 2013

Am 17.09.2013 14:39, schrieb Dan Langille:
> On 2013-09-16 20:28, Noel Butler wrote:
>> Since we just ruled this one out, might I suggest you grab the source
>> and build it, install it all under /opt/dovecot  that way it wont
>> interfere with your ports installation and try that, the one you
>> successfully just tested uses dovecot 2.1 not 2.2, so maybe try source
>> of 2.1 and see if it works.
> I just tried 2.1.16.  The iPhone has no trouble on 143 but on 993, it's just like 2.2
>> But, if it does work on port 143 with TLS I wouldnt worry too much about it
> tcpdump is showing me raw text going past, so I know I'm not getting TLS on either Dovecot 2.1 or 2.2
> It seems that TLS is not supported by my client.  Pity.

iPhone is the worst mail client on this planet but for sure supports TLS

Apple is here the same as Microsoft

* remove the account completly
* add it again and it will detect that encryption is available

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