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RE: [suse-security] Plaintext passwords IMAP please!
> > I too would want a better solution. And I fully concur with you
> on the subject
> > of Cyrus-imapd. Cyrus seemingly serves one single purpose, to
> drive sysadmins
> > utterly crazy. ;-| I gave up early when I saw the list of
> I, too, couldn't figure our Cyrus. Download and compile the
> imapd (non-Cyrus)
> source yourself: http://www.washington.edu/imap/
> > however teaching all the clients that they should trust a
> self-signed cert
> > sure isn't, so this may not be a viable option for you anyway.
> Sounds like an Outlook Express issue to me. Don't blame SuSE for
absolutely disagree with you. Whilst I too love to bash M$, this is nothing
to do with them. It is already a huge task to educate end-users about only
trusting signed certs. To then re-educate them that certain self-signed
certs are safe is asking too much.
Maybe you could add yourself as a trusted root CA to all clients, thus
avoiding the problem?
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