zespri hat geschrieben:...given that the latest release of Spami happened more than year and half ago, I understand there is quite slim chance of this being implemented.
Right now 0.9.9.58 Beta (Non-Public) compiled on February 6th, 2011 is being tested, so there is some progress being made.
Of course it would be nice to see a faster development, but as i mentioned before, the author Michel is extremely busy right now, so we have to have patience.
zespri hat geschrieben:Unfortunately, I can't provide you with a test account as it's a workplace mail server I'm trying to deal with. I can try to replicate the setup on my home machine, but it will take some time and will be quite inconvenient for you, because I can't guaranty that my home machine is always online. In addition, it does not have static IP.
No porblem, very understandable, don't bother trying to replicate it on your own machine, this will very likely be too much work.
I tried to simulate the same setup in my viretual machine with a mailserver called "Hamster Classic", but i had trouble getting the SSL settings to work. It does offer STARTTLS, though.
zespri hat geschrieben:- RE: screenshot - yes something like this would have been nice, but we don't have it, do we?
This would be what you need!
You should NOT set STARTTLS in your mailclient. Even if Spami would support StartTLS for the connection to the actual server, enabling this in the mailclient would NOT trigger StartTLS for the connection between Spami and the server but only request TSL between your mailclient and Spami.
All the mailservers that i have come across (not that many btw
) support StartTLS as an option beside the regular SSL/TLS connection on Port 995/993.
You should definately try a regular secure SSL/TSL connection on the usual ports 995/993 if you have not tried it yet.