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Master Geek


Topic # 3700 20-Mar-2005 05:17
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I want to know if Symbian OS can do SSL out of the box in the following format.
I would like to hear of a least one person who has used Xtra's secure email product or even just SSL successfully.

The exact product guide for secure remote email is here: http://xtra.co.nz/help/0,,4127-3548773,00.html

This gives access to users outside the TCNZ network to the Xtra pop/smtp servers -
I would LOVE it if someone could post screenshots of every single option available in Symbian - specifically on the p900. Vodafone users can use this product to download their Xtra email.

Seems a shame to spend so much money on a handset if it won't work properly with your email.(should you be forced to use Xtra for whatever reason)

Basic settings are -
Incoming mail server: pop3r.xtra.co.nz
Outgoing mail server: smtpr.xtra.co.nz

Outgoing mail server requires authentication needs to be: ENABLED
Use the same settings as my incoming mail server needs to be: ENABLED
Outgoing server port number must be: 465
Incoming server port number must be: 995


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  Reply # 13710 20-Mar-2005 11:51
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Good luck I have tried this,

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