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In post http://forum.pbxnsip.com/index.php?showtopic=1166 the reference is SSL is supported in V 3.0.xxxxx

 

Using 3.0.0.2993 (Linux) and cannot make this work. Is this a hidden XML setting or are we overlooking the obvious?

 

[8] 2009/01/15 00:20:11: SMTP: Received 220 2.0.0 Ready to start TLS

 

[8] 2009/01/15 00:20:12: SMTP: Received

[8] 2009/01/15 00:20:12: Last message repeated 2 times

[5] 2009/01/15 00:20:12: SMTP: Connection refused on 74.43.63.17:25

[8] 2009/01/15 00:20:17: SMTP: Connect to 74.43.63.17:25

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In post http://forum.pbxnsip.com/index.php?showtopic=1166 the reference is SSL is supported in V 3.0.xxxxx

 

Using 3.0.0.2993 (Linux) and cannot make this work. Is this a hidden XML setting or are we overlooking the obvious?

 

[8] 2009/01/15 00:20:11: SMTP: Received 220 2.0.0 Ready to start TLS

 

[8] 2009/01/15 00:20:12: SMTP: Received

[8] 2009/01/15 00:20:12: Last message repeated 2 times

[5] 2009/01/15 00:20:12: SMTP: Connection refused on 74.43.63.17:25

[8] 2009/01/15 00:20:17: SMTP: Connect to 74.43.63.17:25

 

Maybe a simple problem with the TLS negotiation. Anyway, you can use the global setting "smtp_starttls" to enable or disable TLS. Set it to "false" if you want to disable it.

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