TLS Support


C

Chris Miller

Hi Folks,

My server supports TLS but Outlook 2003 only give me a checkbox for "SSL" --
which is close, but not quite the same thing. As a result, the server logs
show only confusion when I select this option. On the other hand, if I
clear this SSL option, then I can see the successful initial negotiation
but authentication fails because on a non-encrypted channel, the server only
permits encrypted authentication, like CRAM-MD5, DIGEST-MD5 and GSSAPI none
of which seems to be SPA.

So, I either need Outlook 2003 to support TLS or one of the generally
recognized encryption standards. Can anybody tell me how to accomplish
either of these goals?

Thanks,

Chris.
 
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neo

If memory serves me right, you have to have a minimum of SP2 for
Office/Outlook 2003 installed. This is the only way to allow SSL/TLS on
non-standard ports to work for POP3 accounts.
 
C

Chris Miller

neo said:
If memory serves me right, you have to have a minimum of SP2 for
Office/Outlook 2003 installed. This is the only way to allow SSL/TLS on
non-standard ports to work for POP3 accounts.

Hi Neo,

Thanks. Service Pack 3. Check.

Anybody else have any thoughts?

Thanks,

Chris.
 
N

neo

What port number is the server listening on?

Chris Miller said:
Hi Neo,

Thanks. Service Pack 3. Check.

Anybody else have any thoughts?

Thanks,

Chris.
 
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Rajk

outlook 2003 with sp3 has not feature of TLS authendication. only option to
use outlook 2007. waiting to send a updates from MS for outlook 2003 to
support TLS.
 

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