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how_to:encrypt_sessions [2017/09/12 12:33]
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 STARTTLS encryption can be used for incoming SMTP connections,​ if the sending SMTP server supports STARTTLS as well as the receiving server. SSL encryption cannot be used for incoming SMTP connections. For any SMTP server which allows incoming connections,​ you **must** allow either encrypted or plain sessions, or some mail senders will not be able to send mail to you. STARTTLS encryption can be used for incoming SMTP connections,​ if the sending SMTP server supports STARTTLS as well as the receiving server. SSL encryption cannot be used for incoming SMTP connections. For any SMTP server which allows incoming connections,​ you **must** allow either encrypted or plain sessions, or some mail senders will not be able to send mail to you.
  
-STARTTLS is the recommended method for encryption data for POP3, SMTP and IMAP4, however if you have to support Microsoft Outlook or Outlook ​Express ​for some reason, then you will have to use the deprecated SSL method as well.+STARTTLS is the recommended method for encryption data for POP3, SMTP and IMAP4, however if you have to support Microsoft Outlook ​Express ​or old versions of Microsoft ​Outlook for some reason, then you will have to use the deprecated SSL method as well.
  
 =====Installing a certificate===== =====Installing a certificate=====
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