[clamav-users] clamav-milter LocalNet option / outgoing mail (Debian Wheezy)
Matus UHLAR - fantomas
uhlar at fantomas.sk
Mon Feb 23 13:49:03 EST 2015
>> On 23.02.15 14:46, Daniel Spies wrote:
>> >>The process configured to use msa.example.com (or more likely
>> >> smtp.example.com to satisfy some autoconfiguration algorithms) would
>> >> listen on ports 587, 25, and 465 (unfortunately, there are still clients
>> >> that like to use this port for ssl-on-connect)
>> >On 02/23/2015 02:27 PM, Ian Eiloart wrote:
>> >I disabled port 465 a while ago.
>On Monday, February 23, 2015 03:35:57 PM Matus UHLAR - fantomas wrote:
>> just a week or two ago I read discussion where the 465 was preferred,
>> because SSL is mandatory there, so there's no chance for clients to
>> authenticate without SSL encryption.
>> ...just FYI.
On 23.02.15 09:45, Scott Kitterman wrote:
>SMTPS (which is what you use on port 465) is an obsolete protocol that there's
>no need to support unless you need to deal with old Microsoft Outlook/OE
> SMTP+TLS on port 587 is the modern solution.
I have just explained that I have _read_ opinion of someone who preferred
SMTPS and why they did.
You can read it at:
and, please, discuss on courier-users with original posters, not me.
> You should configure your MTA not to accept unencrypted connections on
Why do you tell _me_?
I have encountered an issue with submission/starttls a few years ago, so,
when I configure mail submission, I set up both submission+starttls and
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