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Mail access trought mobilephone

Discussion in 'E-mail Discussions' started by mifaweb, Sep 13, 2005.

  1. mifaweb

    mifaweb Registered

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    Hello,

    I'll configure my server to permit me to connect trought my mobile phone to the mail server.

    Unfortunately, every time, my cell asks me the password and on the server in the file log "secure" it appears:

    Sep 13 17:11:02 mtegeneroso xinetd[17270]: START: pop3s pid=28319 from=213.55.131.1
    Sep 13 17:11:02 mtegeneroso stunnel[28319]: stunnel 4.05 on i386-redhat-linux-gnu PTHREAD+LIBWRAP with OpenSSL 0.9.7a Feb 19 2003
    Sep 13 17:11:02 mtegeneroso stunnel[28319]: stunnel connected from 213.55.131.1:42105
    Sep 13 17:11:09 mtegeneroso stunnel[28319]: Connection closed: 60 bytes sent to SSL, 48 bytes sent to socket

    Does someone know how to help to shape me the access to my mail server through mobile phone?
    I premise that with a mail software, the reading happens in correct way.
    The my mobile phone is a SPV C500 with MsWindows Mobile 2003SE, and on other server the reading correctly works.

    Thanks for the help and excuse for my English... better in Italian ;)

    Michele
     
  2. fred123123

    fred123123 Well-Known Member

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    just a though... but do you have a legit ssl certs ? Maybe your cell phone doesn't accept the ssl cert ?

    Mine is doing it for https connection that does not have a valid ssl cert... I can't tell the cell to accept it, the cell just end the process...
     
  3. mifaweb

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    Hello Fred,

    Thanks for your reply.

    At this moment I have not purchased a legit ssl certs.
    I have produced it trought CPanel...

    The other hosting, which I am able to connect me, doesn't have a valid certificate... yet it works...

    Do you believe can be due to the SSL Certificate?

    Thanks,
    Michele
     
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    gupi Well-Known Member

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    Why don't you install a a test certificate (perfectly valid for 30 days) from Verisign/Thawte/whatever and eliminate this issue ?
    You will have a full month for testing :)
     
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