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by Dravion
2019-08-22 10:48
Forum: General discussions
Topic: Can’t find my DNS name server
Replies: 6
Views: 59

Re: Can’t find my DNS name server

Sorry, I’m still confuse, do I use my public IP or my domain provider IP??? Example: my public IP is 111.111.111.111 My server LAN IP is 192.168.2.2 My domain provider is 99.99.99.99 Which one do I use for the dns records type a??? Thanks DNS-Servers can be setup for public internet services, for y...
by Dravion
2019-08-21 22:25
Forum: Development & alpha discussions
Topic: Disable SSLv3 in hMailServer >5.6.8
Replies: 37
Views: 964

Re: Disable SSLv3 in hMailServer >5.6.8

janvdweyer wrote:
2019-08-21 21:50
Here is a tool I use: https://www.nartac.com/Products/IISCrypto/
Thats for Windows SChannel Cyphers.

hMailServer uses OpenSSL and not MS-SChannel for SSL/TLS.
by Dravion
2019-08-21 19:32
Forum: General discussions
Topic: Problem with my certificate for the client
Replies: 8
Views: 74

Re: Problem with my certificate for the client

As an arlternative name, that will be ok, or I can have the same kind of issue with the browsers ? Be carefull with this alernative Ommon Name thing. It tested such SSL-Certificates multiple times but atleast hMailServer 5.6.7 32 or 64-Bit builds with OpenSSL 1.0.2.x or LibreSSL 2.9.x/3.x will caus...
by Dravion
2019-08-21 14:04
Forum: General discussions
Topic: Problem with my certificate for the client
Replies: 8
Views: 74

Re: Problem with my certificate for the client

The common Problem for this type of Error is that your SSL-Certificate's Common name (CO) doesn't match your SMTP-Servers Fully Qualified Host name provided by your DNS-Server. To solve such an error, you need to create a new SSL-Certificate with matches exactly your SMTP-Servers Host and Domain nam...
by Dravion
2019-08-21 00:51
Forum: General discussions
Topic: TCPConnection - TLS/SSL handshake failed. (...), Error code: 1, Message: stream trunca
Replies: 15
Views: 149

Re: TCPConnection - TLS/SSL handshake failed. (...), Error code: 1, Message: stream trunca

You cant't fix this Problem by changing or tweaking hMailServer or Windows settings. Your DSL signal cuts TCP Packets which are required to decode the Email message content. At this level, only fixing your DSL Problem will help. Or if its not DSL its your LAN cables or a switch which cripples hMailS...
by Dravion
2019-08-20 10:55
Forum: General discussions
Topic: TCPConnection - TLS/SSL handshake failed. (...), Error code: 1, Message: stream trunca
Replies: 15
Views: 149

Re: TCPConnection - TLS/SSL handshake failed. (...), Error code: 1, Message: stream trunca

Are you using 1&1 as Broadband DSL-Provider? If you are using a Fritzbox /or different DSL-Router, check your DSL-Sync / Noise reduction level. Restart your DSL-Router, update your Firmware and ping random ip addresses with -t against gmx.net and make sure there are no Timeouts. If there are Timeout...
by Dravion
2019-08-20 07:52
Forum: General discussions
Topic: TCPConnection - TLS/SSL handshake failed. (...), Error code: 1, Message: stream trunca
Replies: 15
Views: 149

Re: TCPConnection - TLS/SSL handshake failed. (...), Error code: 1, Message: stream trunca

This looks like your Problem: Message: stream truncated It means a Winsock2 server socket in LISTENING MODE (in this case hMailServer.exe) did receive a few TCP packets but not all follow up fragments packets needed to get the complete network payload. In this case, the received Socket DATA is dropp...
by Dravion
2019-08-19 16:05
Forum: General discussions
Topic: Connecting hmail server with other computer
Replies: 2
Views: 67

Re: Connecting hmail server with other computer

First you have to understand basic Networking (what is a ip, what is a router, what is NAT and what is a static ip). In the next step it depends how you want to run your hMailServer Installation. 1) Internet Mailsite (a Server with it's own Internet Domain and static ip address) 2) A inhouse Server ...
by Dravion
2019-08-18 09:51
Forum: Development & alpha discussions
Topic: hMailServer 5.7
Replies: 39
Views: 925

Re: hMailServer 5.7

@Kaip This script might fix your Remote login
problem

https://www.hmailserver.com/forum/viewt ... 21&t=31511
by Dravion
2019-08-15 12:56
Forum: Off-topic discussions
Topic: Email and the impact on Climate Change
Replies: 54
Views: 954

Re: Email and the impact on Climate Change

Requires Good and Evil in the first place. IMHO black/white good and evil even exists. Some day you are in a bad mood, doing nasty things. Next day you are in a good mood and doing awesome things. Are you now a good or evil person? "So schnell als der Übergang vom Guten zum Bösen". Meister explicit...
by Dravion
2019-08-15 12:14
Forum: Off-topic discussions
Topic: Email and the impact on Climate Change
Replies: 54
Views: 954

Re: Email and the impact on Climate Change

Faust: "Speak, how swift art thou?" Seventh Spirit (Devil) : "Not quicker and not slower than the transition from good to evil!" Faust : "Ha! Thou art my devil! As quick as the transition from good to evil! Yes! Indeed! That is quick, there is nothing quicker than that!" (true, no?) Requires Good a...
by Dravion
2019-08-15 11:16
Forum: Off-topic discussions
Topic: Email and the impact on Climate Change
Replies: 54
Views: 954

Re: Email and the impact on Climate Change

Great. Lets slow it down to a fast Ussain Bolt sprint speed so we can handle travelling at that speed. Then we can just RUN to the next planet! :mrgreen: Now lets talk about time machines ;-) Do you realize we already have one? It's called the Telescope ;-) If we watch the stars with a Telescope, w...
by Dravion
2019-08-15 01:06
Forum: Off-topic discussions
Topic: Email and the impact on Climate Change
Replies: 54
Views: 954

Re: Email and the impact on Climate Change

Again, all hopes and theories - theories are not fact, they are just "should be able to, we think "' until seen in evidence. Even if something can go faster than light, it won't be anything man made or man. And then there is the millions of years required to get there. And don't start with the nons...
by Dravion
2019-08-15 00:39
Forum: Off-topic discussions
Topic: Email and the impact on Climate Change
Replies: 54
Views: 954

Re: Email and the impact on Climate Change

Our Sun will explode in a Superno in 4 billion years. Thats a heck of a lot of time. Hopefully at this point in time Humabs know howro reach out to other Solar systems ;-) They won't. Never will. Nearest star is 4.2 light years away. Human body cannot withstand light speed travel. Even if they coul...
by Dravion
2019-08-14 22:09
Forum: Off-topic discussions
Topic: Email and the impact on Climate Change
Replies: 54
Views: 954

Re: Email and the impact on Climate Change

Our Sun will explode in a Superno in 4 billion years.
Thats a heck of a lot of time. Hopefully at this point in time Humabs know howro reach out to other Solar systems ;-)
by Dravion
2019-08-14 16:48
Forum: Off-topic discussions
Topic: Email and the impact on Climate Change
Replies: 54
Views: 954

Re: Email and the impact on Climate Change

Dravion, one must be insane to undervalue natural sciences. i think we all agree upon this. but let's stay in context. jimimaseye's above statement was: lets discussed how much money it costs and justify why we should spend it exploring the universe and its celestial contents . That too is a pointl...
by Dravion
2019-08-14 15:06
Forum: Off-topic discussions
Topic: Email and the impact on Climate Change
Replies: 54
Views: 954

Re: Email and the impact on Climate Change

You must be joking, right? Our complete Time Management depends on the knowlege from Astrophysics. sure, but i think jimimaseye rather wanted to query from another perspective, such as Mars, Jupiter, asteroids... missions. don't tell me mankind eventually will travel there. mankind eventually will ...
by Dravion
2019-08-14 10:47
Forum: Off-topic discussions
Topic: Email and the impact on Climate Change
Replies: 54
Views: 954

Re: Email and the impact on Climate Change

Next topic: lets discussed how much money it costs and justify why we should spend it exploring the universe and its celestial contents. That too is a pointless exercise and an obsession of scientists that in the end will not make a jot of difference to mankind. Ever. You must be joking, right? Our...
by Dravion
2019-08-14 05:48
Forum: Off-topic discussions
Topic: Email and the impact on Climate Change
Replies: 54
Views: 954

Re: Email and the impact on Climate Change

Shoot, it's a known fact that porn drove the high speed internet revolution and continues to do that to this day. If there were no porn, we could likely survive on copper dialup Thats right but you are wrong if you think porn comes anything close to Email in terms of internet traffic volume. Email ...
by Dravion
2019-08-13 23:28
Forum: Development & alpha discussions
Topic: Switching from Multibyte to Unicode
Replies: 4
Views: 171

Re: Switching from Multibyte to Unicode

Simply using Unicode for each and everything is certainly not the smartest thing, and there is a good reason to use ANSI for ANSI-only realms. Developing software is not about easy going, but getting the job done right. Beside that, Unicode is already enabled for MFC applications by default. MS wan...
by Dravion
2019-08-13 14:32
Forum: Off-topic discussions
Topic: Email and the impact on Climate Change
Replies: 54
Views: 954

Re: Email and the impact on Climate Change

removed Of course the logic is ridiculous. I am still trying to work out what value anyone would see in sending garbage like that out. Even the fabled 'sell your kidney on the internet' spam was looking for a someone in extreme desperate need of money. I just don't get the goal of this spam message...
by Dravion
2019-08-13 14:13
Forum: Development & alpha discussions
Topic: Switching from Multibyte to Unicode
Replies: 4
Views: 171

Re: Switching from Multibyte to Unicode

Hmm, long time since I looked at this code. There are two string types types in hMailServer- HM::String and HM::AnsiString. HM::String relies on wchar_t internally, while HM::AnsiString relies on char. The wchar_t type is an implementation-defined wide character type. In the Microsoft compiler, it ...
by Dravion
2019-08-13 10:19
Forum: Development & alpha discussions
Topic: hMailServer 5.7
Replies: 39
Views: 925

Re: hMailServer 5.7

derelvis wrote:
2019-08-13 09:37
RvdH wrote:
2019-08-13 08:28
2. Fix ExternalFetcher DELE when no RETR, pull pull #254
Thanks!!

So, this is your fix?

SetReceiveBinary(false);

https://github.com/hmailserver/hmailser ... 13f0a2d899
by Dravion
2019-08-13 09:01
Forum: General discussions
Topic: Is it possible to run hMailServer "self-contained"
Replies: 2
Views: 158

Re: Is it possible to run hMailServer "self-contained"

First of all, yes this is possible, but in Order to have a working DNS-Domain you need of cause a DNS-Server. to be ceompletely selfcontained, i recomend doing this in a VM like Virtualbox or VMWare or you risk messing up your Laptops Internet or Coorpirate Network and DNS-Settings. I wrote a step b...
by Dravion
2019-08-12 10:48
Forum: Development & alpha discussions
Topic: Switching from Multibyte to Unicode
Replies: 4
Views: 171

Switching from Multibyte to Unicode

As result of a deep dive in hMailServers C/C++ Code, i found a series of functions and datatype favoring MBCS (Multibyte) for example the Namespace HM:String which is defined as ANSI String. I found this interesting read in Jeffrey Richters book Windows via C/C++ 5th on Page 15 Since Windows NT, all...
by Dravion
2019-08-11 16:17
Forum: Off-topic discussions
Topic: Spamasasassin error message
Replies: 1
Views: 52

Re: Spamasasassin error message

This means SA cannot find a required DLL File.
Check log files of SA or take a look at Windows Eventlog for Side,by Side Errors and maybe you find out which DLLis missing or not visible in Lib path or PATH Env varable.
by Dravion
2019-08-10 09:58
Forum: Development & alpha discussions
Topic: Removing XP, Vista and Server 2003 support in 5.7
Replies: 6
Views: 250

Re: Removing XP, Vista and Server 2003 support in 5.7

There are also first Versions of Windows 10 which are now out of support.
I wrote a little summary about which Win10 Versions are now out of support or about to enter its end of life, see:

https://www.hmailserver.com/forum/viewt ... 50#p203759
by Dravion
2019-08-09 13:40
Forum: Development & alpha discussions
Topic: New Boost/OpenSSL versions
Replies: 14
Views: 471

Re: New Boost/OpenSSL versions

Okay. But you know there are already builds you can download from https://build.hmailserver.com/ right? Of course you can create your own builds, but I'm not sure I understand why? Because i am a Programmer and like to study the code. I have no Production need for hMailServer. It's about coding, im...
by Dravion
2019-08-09 08:57
Forum: Development & alpha discussions
Topic: External POP3 Fetcher - DELE without RETR - crashing frequently
Replies: 26
Views: 1054

Re: External POP3 Fetcher - DELE without RETR - crashing frequently

Please be patient.
The LTS version is retiring. There is an official 64-Bit Release underway.

Meanwhile dont use POP3 if not absolutely necessary
to avoid this Problem.
by Dravion
2019-08-08 22:34
Forum: Development & alpha discussions
Topic: New Boost/OpenSSL versions
Replies: 14
Views: 471

Re: New Boost/OpenSSL versions

Ok, i will fetch your comits from master tomorrow, run some tests and built a new Inno Test Installer. PS: I found out Postgres headers and static libs can be quickly updated by installing Postgres 10 or higher and let VS pointing to it. It already has TLSv1.2 DB Connection security as default. More...
by Dravion
2019-08-08 21:05
Forum: Development & alpha discussions
Topic: New Boost/OpenSSL versions
Replies: 14
Views: 471

Re: New Boost/OpenSSL versions

I checked out the new commits from branch 5.6.8 and was able to build it with lots of Warnings OpenSSL 1.1.1c + BOOST 1.70.0 Windows 64-Bit There is a Debug/Test Installer (libmysql.dll for 64-Bit MySQL 5.27 already included) which works with MySQL 8.0 in version 5.x legacy mode. Debug/Test build wi...
by Dravion
2019-08-08 18:30
Forum: Development & alpha discussions
Topic: New Boost/OpenSSL versions
Replies: 14
Views: 471

Re: New Boost/OpenSSL versions

BeSmart wrote:
2019-08-08 17:57
new()/free() just replace create()/destroy().
That's not what i asked.
by Dravion
2019-08-08 16:50
Forum: General discussions
Topic: Possible hMail Setting?
Replies: 10
Views: 213

Re: Possible hMail Setting?

I do use both styles. I guess I thought POP3 only allowed copy of the message where as IMAP allows manipulations such as delete etc.? This particular email box is shared by several as a central email. Thanks, David This can be a Problem! The first Email Client which connects via POP3 will download ...
by Dravion
2019-08-08 16:23
Forum: General discussions
Topic: Possible hMail Setting?
Replies: 10
Views: 213

Re: Possible hMail Setting?

Do you use POP3? It looks like you use IMAP for receiving Emails with your Outlook 365 Email Client. For clarification: 1) You use IMAP and can access all Emails sent by your IIS/ASP.NET Scripts by Afterlogic, correct? 2) Your Outlook 365 IMAP Clients cannot see the same Emails you see in Afterlogic...
by Dravion
2019-08-08 16:06
Forum: General discussions
Topic: Possible hMail Setting?
Replies: 10
Views: 213

Re: Possible hMail Setting?

Hit the reply button, scroll down, there is a tab at the bottom
[Options|Attachements]

Select Attachements and hit the "Add files" Button.

If log files are not allowed, put your hMailServer log files (and if you have - your other log files) into a ZIP-Archiv and attache it to your next reply.
by Dravion
2019-08-07 11:21
Forum: Development & alpha discussions
Topic: New Boost/OpenSSL versions
Replies: 14
Views: 471

Re: New Boost/OpenSSL versions

BeSmart wrote:
2019-08-06 13:08
Just figured that evp.h (1.1.0/1.1.1) still has redefinitions for create()/destroy() in place so this still works.
As far as i know OpenSSL was allways ISO C Language only compliant but release() and new() are C++ syntax elements. Are parts of the 1.1.x series now C++ coded as well?
by Dravion
2019-08-05 12:10
Forum: Development & alpha discussions
Topic: C/C++ Unit Test's for hMailServer
Replies: 2
Views: 166

Re: C/C++ Unit Test's for hMailServer

Ok, i will start as soon as you pushed your latest comits to the master branch.
by Dravion
2019-08-05 12:08
Forum: Development & alpha discussions
Topic: Disable SSLv3 in hMailServer >5.6.8
Replies: 37
Views: 964

Re: Disable SSLv3 in hMailServer >5.6.8

martin wrote:
2019-08-05 11:16
The short version is that a few of the OpenSSL/Boost API:s hMailServer was using has been removed (like 2-3 of them) so I had to make a few small changes to no longer use them.
Ok, i am curious to find out how it works now :)
by Dravion
2019-08-05 08:10
Forum: Development & alpha discussions
Topic: Disable SSLv3 in hMailServer >5.6.8
Replies: 37
Views: 964

Re: Disable SSLv3 in hMailServer >5.6.8

How did you solve certain build Errors #For OpenSSL_1.1.x Error C3861: 'EVP_MD_CTX_cleanup': identifier not found \hmailserver\hmailserver\source\Server\Common\AntiSpam\DKIM\DKIM.cpp 227 #BOOST 1.70.0 Error 24 error C2039: 'get_io_service' : is not a member of 'boost::asio::basic_socket_acceptor<boo...
by Dravion
2019-08-04 21:23
Forum: Development & alpha discussions
Topic: Martin is back
Replies: 45
Views: 1642

Re: Martin is back

Ok, i created a new Unit Test Topic in the Developer section
https://www.hmailserver.com/forum/viewt ... 10&t=34210
by Dravion
2019-08-04 21:22
Forum: Development & alpha discussions
Topic: C/C++ Unit Test's for hMailServer
Replies: 2
Views: 166

C/C++ Unit Test's for hMailServer

This Topic will discuss hMailServers ongoing Unit Test procedures For more informations about Unit Tests read: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Test-driven_development Goals of Unit Testing *Unit testing improves the quality of the code; it identifies every defect which may have aroused, before code i...
by Dravion
2019-08-04 15:33
Forum: Development & alpha discussions
Topic: Martin is back
Replies: 45
Views: 1642

Re: Martin is back

99% of the tests of the C++ code are integration-tests which runs through full flows, such as retrieval of email from an external POP3 account, delivery using STARTTLS, backup/restore and so on. There are a few "unit-test"-level tests in ClassTester, but it's very rudimentary. Do you want to go ahe...
by Dravion
2019-08-04 13:20
Forum: Development & alpha discussions
Topic: Martin is back
Replies: 45
Views: 1642

Re: Martin is back

Do we have Unit tests for hMailServer.exe native C/C++ code? As far as i understand there is none. Would it be an welcome addition to write some native code tests with BOOST Test or GTest? It's a lot of work to get it done, but if you think native code Unit testing should be done, i could contribute...
by Dravion
2019-08-02 10:34
Forum: Development & alpha discussions
Topic: Martin is back
Replies: 45
Views: 1642

Re: Martin is back

I think it would make most sense from 5.7-branch. I'm in the process of updating to latest boost and openssl now (both for 5.6 and 5.7). OpenSSL only gave a single compilation error (and some side effects). So would probably make sense to wait for that, and the removal of x86. Sounds great. If Open...
by Dravion
2019-08-02 09:57
Forum: Development & alpha discussions
Topic: hMailServer 5.7.0 64-Bit (LTS) - June Release with LibreSSL 2.9.2 update
Replies: 13
Views: 1685

Re: hMailServer 5.7.0 64-Bit (LTS) - June Release with LibreSSL 2.9.2 update

Ok, there will be no more LTS Releases in the future. hMailServer 5.7 will be released with x64 Support and maybe LibreSSL or OpenSSL 1.1.x support, so there is no need to maintain this LTS package. Instead of this, fixes and patches will contributed directly to the official development upstream code.
by Dravion
2019-08-02 09:30
Forum: Development & alpha discussions
Topic: Martin is back
Replies: 45
Views: 1642

Re: Martin is back

What about Pull requests and patches?

Is there a way we can assist you regarding coding?

I assume you favor small patches as pull requests
instead of big ones.

Should we enque pull request to origin/master or the latest 5.7 dev branch?
by Dravion
2019-08-02 00:46
Forum: Development & alpha discussions
Topic: Martin is back
Replies: 45
Views: 1642

Re: Martin is back

Any plans for 5.7?
x86 support will be removed.
This means no 32-Versions versions of hMailServer will be released starting with 5.7 and hopefully LibreSSL Support.

https://github.com/hmailserver/hmailserver/issues/290
by Dravion
2019-08-01 23:06
Forum: Development & alpha discussions
Topic: Martin is back
Replies: 45
Views: 1642

Re: Martin is back

You are right. OpenSSL 1.1.0.x is out of Support in September 2019 and OpenSSL 1.0.2.x Series will get support and security updates til 12/31/2019. But it's still a short time and i think we need a solution. One proven way is using LibreSSL or rewriting hMailServers OpenSSL Code so it works with Ope...
by Dravion
2019-08-01 22:42
Forum: Development & alpha discussions
Topic: Martin is back
Replies: 45
Views: 1642

Re: Martin is back

@Martin Its about this OpenSSL 1.0.2.x series getting out of Support soon (on Sep 21. 2019). And the new OpenSSL 1.1.x Series breaks hMailServers code. I was looking in to it and it caused dozens of Syntax errors because code was removed and changed in OpenSSL 1.1.x On the other hand LibreSSL builds...
by Dravion
2019-08-01 22:16
Forum: Development & alpha discussions
Topic: Martin is back
Replies: 45
Views: 1642

Re: Martin is back

I understand the purpose of HCD and it makes sense to have a cross-platform easy-to-use email server. My point was more like it sounds like it will be confusing to call it hMailServer or have it as a part of its name, since it's essentially a completely different piece of software. The original for...
by Dravion
2019-08-01 21:57
Forum: Development & alpha discussions
Topic: Martin is back
Replies: 45
Views: 1642

Re: Martin is back

There are lots of Syntax errors if you even try to built hMailServer. I can compile it without syntax error (and so can the build environment). What syntax errors are you getting? Or do you mean you get errors when trying to compile using VS2017/VS2019? Because that would be expected due to the C++...
by Dravion
2019-08-01 19:17
Forum: Development & alpha discussions
Topic: Martin is back
Replies: 45
Views: 1642

Re: Martin is back

Imho we should wait until Dravion has finished his version or has given up (I don't hope/expext the latest). After this we can be happy or can begin with other ideas and becomming nevous, crying, mad, etc. That's true. I hate Subscriptions models and even Dovecot is beginning with this Crap on Linu...
by Dravion
2019-08-01 11:07
Forum: General discussions
Topic: mail delivery to client problem
Replies: 9
Views: 332

Re: mail delivery to client problem

Its not about your SSD or Hard drive.

It's about your RAM Memory Module Chips, installed on your Computers Mainboard.
by Dravion
2019-07-31 15:24
Forum: Feature requests
Topic: HCD - SSL-Simplification with Letsencrypt
Replies: 19
Views: 1396

Re: HCD - SSL-Simplification with Letsencrypt

Question is, how can Letsencrypts ACME v2 Server contact the your Webserver behind a NAT on Port 80 or 443 to make sure you are really the Owner of the Domain https://github.com/Neilpang/acme.sh/wiki/Stateless-Mode Looks good, but this works only for DNS-Resolvable HTTP-Connections. Problem is, if ...
by Dravion
2019-07-31 15:21
Forum: Development & alpha discussions
Topic: Martin is back
Replies: 45
Views: 1642

Re: Martin is back

Right now, we are not without support Visual Studio 2013 Update 5 Extended Support End Date 4/9/2024 There is still time to built with Visual Studio 2013 but as said before, compatibility to previous Project files are really problematic. The good news is, there are plenty of good and free C/C++ Comp...
by Dravion
2019-07-31 14:16
Forum: Development & alpha discussions
Topic: Martin is back
Replies: 45
Views: 1642

Re: Martin is back

Youre right @teco I cannot count how many Projects i have seen in the last 15 Years, crippled by Microsoft stupid Visual Studio decisions. They always promise you, if you join their course you have nothing to worry, until reality proves it wrong. Mean while, Mingw-w64 can built 32-Bit and 64-Bit Win...
by Dravion
2019-07-31 10:42
Forum: Development & alpha discussions
Topic: Martin is back
Replies: 45
Views: 1642

Re: Martin is back

Optimism can be a good thing for mental well being but can have it's downsides. Often it leads to disappointment. Just saying. [Entered by mobile. Excuse my spelling.] He might be depressed regarding tooling support which can built hMailServers and code. hMailServer is a great peace of Software, bu...
by Dravion
2019-07-30 18:08
Forum: Development & alpha discussions
Topic: Martin is back
Replies: 45
Views: 1642

Martin is back

Martins is back in the Game and has updated the source to OpenSSL 1.0.2s :D

https://github.com/hmailserver/hmailserver/issues/289
by Dravion
2019-07-30 03:45
Forum: General discussions
Topic: hMail session corrupted
Replies: 4
Views: 234

Re: hMail session corrupted

Instructions howto setup a new DB-Password in hMailServer.ini (NOT hMailServer Administrator Password).

https://www.hmailserver.com/forum/viewt ... 21&t=33793