293954Re: question about auth, smtpd and roundcube
- Jun 22, 2013The underlying reason is that I am using a very small machine (and AMD-350),
which I have set-up to be fanless., and which is running, appart from the mail
server for my family, a couple of webservers, owncloud' instances, etc. So, I
thought that I could free it from some work by disabling the encryption in the
On Friday 21 June 2013 22:17:49 btb@... wrote:
> On Jun 21, 2013, at 03.50, Felix Rubio Dalmau <felixrubiodalmau@...>
> > Sorry for disturbing you, Ben
> > Thank you for your answer, but there is one point I don't fully get:
> > set up an smtp  to offer encryption without auth, a submission 
> > to
> > require encryption and auth, and I want roundcube to access the mail
> > server
> > with auth but without encryption.... I am stuck at the same point, right?
> > Finally, I have configured smtp  to offer encryption, and auth only
> > under tls. I have also set up a submission  without encryption,
> > requiring auth, for roundcube. Finally I have closed port 587 using
> > iptables, so can be used only through the loopback interface.
> let's please keep the discussion on the list, so others may participate.
> the key here is the "I want roundcube to access the mail server with auth
> but without encryption". why bother? roundcube happily performs
> encryption just fine, it hurts nothing to do it, and it obviates the need
> for unnecessary special treatment.
> you should not be offering auth on port 25, encryption or not. we don't
> need to get into all of the corner cases or special use cases, but far and
> away, for the average environment, auth is for clients, and clients are to
> use port submission/587. if you're using submission/587 for roundcube only
> [as you seem to indicate], then why go to all of the trouble to
> intentionally disable encryption when it works just fine?
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