In message <564c9d1e2eantispam@xxxxxxxxx>
Frank de Bruijn <antispam@xxxxxxxxx> wrote:
In article <3e9f964c56.DaveMeUK@xxxxxxxxxxxx>,
Dave Higton <dave@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote:
OK, if we want secure SMTP (presumably via TLS), there are two obvious
1) Make POPstar use the SecureSockets module;
2) Add SMTP functionality to AntiSpam.
A very cursory search hasn't found the source code to POPstar. If
anyone knows better (and this really means a recent version), please
let me know.
As far as I'm aware, the most recent versions are from 2005. I have
2.06-ds.5 (by Darren Salt) here (and 2.06-fdb.1, which is my own
modification, marked as 'non distributable' for some reason...).
Frank, how about option 2?
How about MSC?
Shortly after I started playing with that, my Iyonix decided it didn't
like any new PSU I gave it. So I switched to a Pi. Which was a complete
disaster as far as networking was concerned.
Then I moved things to
RPCEmu on a Linux box and discovered this messed up the timestamp of
image files (SparkFS zip, StrongHelp, etc) even if it was just reading
from them (*).
When my report of that was completely ignored, I decided it was time to
put my RISC OS projects on hold for a while. They still are, I'm afraid.
So any further development of MSC I had planned never happened. It did
work with Hotmail, GMX and GMail at the time, though.
The source is an ObjASM file, unfortunately (?). I'll send you a copy,
if you're interested, but it depends on my personal build setup and I'll
have to sort of dig that up...