Steffen Heil wrote: > Hi
> I rechecked serveral times now, but there IS NO option to use smtp auth.
> It only has boxes for username and password (which are the same for smtp and
> pop3 in my setup), but doesn't give me a choise where to use them. It uses
> them for pop3/ssl, but it doesn't auth against smtp/ssl.
> Where is this option for you ?
If I remember well on the V3 (I haven't it on hand for the moment),
there is no option that let you enter a password for authentication, but
as long as the auth is the same for imap and smtp it works if your
server allows PLAIN auth and advertises it. You should probably use port
On the KRZR, I have the same log than I had with the V3:
2007-04-30 15:14:31  1HiVi2-0000kr-L5 <= renaud@???
H=([184.108.40.206]) [220.127.116.11]:5239 I=[18.104.22.168]:587 P=esmtpsa
X=TLSv1:DES-CBC3-SHA:168 CV=no A=plain: S=578 T="" from
<renaud@???> for renaud.allard@xxxxxxxx
Which proves it used auth and ssl.
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