> On Mon January 23 2006 09:43, Pawel Tecza wrote:
> > But how can I ensure that it's true? Is it a way to test STARTTLS
> > from command line?
> Why? Just show the remote server fails on "STARTTLS" during smtp.
Because I would like to know how STARTTLS works? ;) Is it a proof of
fault of the remote server?
BTW, when Courier does use STARTTLS? Does it *always* try to do it
if the remote server says that it supports STARTTLS? Recently I've sent
a few test messages to *my* mail account on the remote server from
the Courier webmail. They were delivered, but the Received: headers
in the messages don't contain any information about TLS/SSL.
> > It's a very good idea, but first I would like to know what Mr Sam
> > thinks about the problem.
> Why bother Mr Sam with it - we've seen this a thousand times before. Fix
> it in esmtproutes, notify postmaster, and move on...
Thank you very much for your reply! Have a nice day!