[Pine-info] new member but not a new user has some questions
lon at athenet.net
Wed Jan 24 16:12:51 PST 2007
The TLS instruction didn't work.
Error message reads:
Unable to negotiate TLS on this server.
I figured as much. :-/
On Wed, 24 Jan 2007, loninappleton wrote:
> On Wed, 24 Jan 2007, Steve Hubert wrote:
>> On Sun, 21 Jan 2007, loninappleton wrote:
>>> I'm trying to get rid of screen prompts which say
>>> HOST pop.myisp.net [INSECURE] user:myusername Enter Password
>> I don't know the answer to your questions but I thought I'd throw in some
>> information about "INSECURE". That is just a warning to you that your
>> password will be send unencrypted over the network. Probably the reason for
>> this in your case is that you have "NOTLS" in your configuration. When TLS
>> is used the entire conversation, including the password, will be encrypted.
>> If you ISP supports IMAP you might be happier using that instead of POP.
> Hi Steve,
> I have no faith in the ISP since it was sold to an out of town phone
> company. I will be moving to a service which I consider more
> approachable at the end of my contract. I think I broached the question
> of IMAP service before and they said it cost more money for those buying
> webspace and such. But my memory is not that good. If I could just
> flip it, I probably would.
> The only thing that seems to work is the NOTLS code on this service.
> Any little change I make throws the program off.
> However, I will try it.
> Can I ask if Alpine solves any of these issues? While I know it's
> slightly OT I think there should be an easier way for civilians
> such as myself to be able to change an OS without being so totally
> in the dark.
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