[unisog] sendmail TLS
Richard.Hopkins at bristol.ac.uk
Wed Apr 17 07:40:39 GMT 2002
In addition to the excellent stuff posted to the list so far, note that
there are a couple of good documents by Claus A?mann which describe the
steps. Start at...
and follow the pointer to...
We implemented it here at Bristol in May 2001...
--On Friday, April 05, 2002 10:19 AM -0800 Steve VanDevender
<stevev at darkwing.uoregon.edu> wrote:
> Joseph Brennan writes:
> > I disagree with the comment regarding AUTH. Sendmail does have a
> switch > that permits plain text AUTH conditional on the channel being
> encrypted. > This is what we are going to do, using the unix username
> and password > (using PAM on Solaris 8).
> I'd love to know how to do that. I've had other people say that
> TLS can be made a prerequisite to authentication, but no one has
> actually described in detail how it is done and I haven't been able to
> puzzle it out from the Sendmail documentation.
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