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[VM] sending email with ssl to Verizon server

From: Richard J . Frongillo
Subject: [VM] sending email with ssl to Verizon server
Date: Sun, 27 Oct 2013 19:22:39 -0400

Thanks for the reply and information.

I am not tied to any particular version.

     - I went to Emacs 24 because I saw documentation that said it had
       some built-in SSL support.

     - I had been using VM 8.1.1 for quite some time and went to 8.1.2
       thinking it would be better to get to the latest for trying
       this effort.

     - I rather not use stunnel if Emacs/VM can do the job, but if
       they can't, they can't.

I have now loaded vm-8.2.0b from the launchpad site to which you
pointed.  I get different errors when attempting to "get mail" in a VM
summary buffer:

     Checking for new mail...
     vm-pop-parse-spec-to-list: Variable binding depth exceeds max-specpdl-size

and other errors when sending:

     gnutls.c: [1] (Emacs) GnuTLS library not found
     Opening TLS connection to `'...
     Opening TLS connection with `gnutls-cli --insecure -p 465'...failed
     Opening TLS connection with `gnutls-cli --insecure -p 465 
--protocols ssl3'...failed
     Opening TLS connection with `openssl s_client -connect -no_ssl2 -ign_eof'...done
     Opening TLS connection to `'...done
     smtpmail-send-command: writing to process: invalid argument, smtpmail

I expect the issues are straightforward.  If someone has this working
or can offer pointers, please do.


> On Sunday Oct 27, 2013, Uday Reddy wrote:
> Richard J. Frongillo writes:
> > My environment:
> > 
> >      Windows 7 Home
> >      GNU Emacs 24.3.1 (i386-mingw-nt6.1.7601) of 2013-03-17 on MARVIN
> >      VM version is: 8.1.2
> >      CYGWIN32/NT MYMACHINE 6.1 17.5 i686
> >      stunnel version 4.56 (from
> VM 8.1.2 was not made for Emacs 24 and so it won't know about Emacs 24
> features.  You can get the latest "beta-release" from
> If you want to stick to 8.1.2, you will need to use stunnel.  Check the old
> posts on stunnel in the archive:
> Cheers,
> Uday


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