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pop3 TLS not working but exim TLS is working fine

Discussion in 'General Discussion' started by fdesign, Apr 16, 2004.

  1. fdesign

    fdesign Member

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    Hello,


    Hopefully this makes sense....

    I can send email securely but when I check my email, it says "Server does not support SSL".

    This is not related to any settings in my email client because it has been working this way just fine for months.

    This started when I updated to WHM 9.1.0 cPanel 9.1.0-R85 3 days ago.

    I know that I can use the ports 995 and 465 and manually set them in my email client but for those of us that use "STARTTSL if available" that should'nt be needed.

    It just seems to me that cppop is misconfigured in some way but I can pinpoint it.


    Has anyone seen this issue? It seems to only affect My clients using Eudora (including me)......but as I said, everything was fine until a few days ago.
     
  2. XenTu

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    I seem to be having the same issue with WHM 10.8.0 cPanel 10.9.0-C56. TLS via exim works like a charm but no luck with pop3.
     
    #2 XenTu, Oct 25, 2006
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    Are you connecting via port 995 which you'll need to do?
     
  4. XenTu

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    Ack and I just noticed I've bumped a thread from 2004, thats what you get when you search the forums for relevent threads without bothering to check the date.

    As for the ports I'm using, I've tried both TLS and SSL on 110 and 995
     
    #4 XenTu, Oct 25, 2006
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