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Exchange: use Port 110 for both POP3 & POP3/SSL?

On our Exchange 2010 POP3 is configured to only allow secure logon (TLS connection for authentification). Now, the default port for "plain" POP3 is 110, and for POP3 with SSL is 995, hence with the ...
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OpenSSL handshake failure while fetching mail over POP3s, but only from home network

Since a few days fetchmail cannot fetch email from my hosting provider's mailserver. I'm using POP3 over SSL. At first I thought it might be due to updates or some configuration changes at my ...
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How can I tell who is using POP3/SMTP/IMAP over SSL and who isn't?

I need to determine which end users to contact, and ask them to fix their configuration or upgrade to something that supports SSL. I don't want to send a broad email and shut off the service without ...
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Gmail POP3 with openssl command line: hangs while RETR-ing

I want to use openssl s_client for accessing Gmail POP3S server. I am doing the following: $ openssl s_client -connect pop.gmail.com:995 +OK Gpop ready for requests from <removed: ip> ...
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Getting POP3-SSL using a POP3 client

We outsource our email using exchangemymail.com. They have POP3 access, but it requires SSL. Our CRM system has a mail sweeper that only supports regular POP3. How can I bridge the gap between secure ...