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Re: Evolution and IMAPS (solved)



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Jef Spaleta wrote:

| Why would anyone put imaps on port 143..that has to break some things.

That's the same question I was asking when I saw that Evolution 1.2 was
indeed using port 143.

Further investigation showed that this appears to happen only if you've got
the client's security settings set to "Whenever Possible".

Default behavior seems to be:

Never = Port 143 no SSL
Whenever Possible = Port 143 Try SSL
Always = Port 993 use SSL.

One would thing that it would try Port 993 w/ SSL first, then fall back to
143 w/o SSL if set to "Whenever Possible".

Is this something to bring up with Red Hat or Ximian?

- -Rick
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Linux/WAN Administrator - Medata, Inc.
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