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Topic: How to handle the server that requires SSL Secure Connection in SMTP Component
From: West Palm Beach, FL USA
Member Since: 08/04/05
|posted April 23, 2008 10:39 AM
We are using DART SMTP Component to send out email to our customers.
We were able to change the port dynamically and everything seems working fine.
Last week we received an issues from one of our client is "ATT/SBC is that SMTP has to use Port 465 and a secure connection SSL and POP3 has to use port 995 and a secure connection (SSL)"
If we want to send the SMTP Email, how can I turn on the property in Dart SMTP Component or what is the work around for this type of issue.
Any help is greatly appreciated.
|Jason Farrar (Admin)
Member Since: 07/24/07
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|posted April 23, 2008 12:07 PM
Unfortunately we do not have a dedicated tool that supports SMTP over SSL for ActiveX. You have a couple of options:
1. You could use our SSL for ActiveX SecureTCP component to accomplish this but then you would have to program the SMTP protocol.
2. We do provide custom development services more information can be found here: http://dart.com/support_beyond.aspx or by contacting via e-mail to firstname.lastname@example.org if this option interests you.
3. Finally if it's viable for you to move to the .NET framework our PowerTCP Mail for .NET component does support SMTP over SSL as well as IMAP and POP3 over SSL.
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