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Enabling ssl or tls in email auth

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Just wondering is it possible to enable ssl or tls in email app as this is required with many provider's

regards

Alex

Just wondering is it possible to enable ssl or tls in email app as this is required with many provider's regards Alex

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Andrew
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I'm afraid to report that this is not available at this moment. We are constantly working to make Firefox OS better so please stay tuned.

Thanks!

I'm afraid to report that this is not available at this moment. We are constantly working to make Firefox OS better so please stay tuned. Thanks!

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Thanks, thought as much.

If I have time might take a look at myself.

Regards

Thanks, thought as much. If I have time might take a look at myself. Regards
ljeltd 0 solutions 1 answers

Ive just upgraded to v 1.1 of firefoxOS and the features are now enabled so you can choose ssl/tls but I cant get them working with my email imap as my ssl cert has expired

There is no option ( currently on v1.1 to ignore security issues, so ill now proceed to try v 1.2 !

Ive just upgraded to v 1.1 of firefoxOS and the features are now enabled so you can choose ssl/tls but I cant get them working with my email imap as my ssl cert has expired There is no option ( currently on v1.1 to ignore security issues, so ill now proceed to try v 1.2 !
Andrew
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ljeltd: If you have an issue please open a new question at /new/questions in order to better assist you.

Also, I am locking this thread as the original question was asked quite a while ago..

Thanks!

ljeltd: If you have an issue please open a new question at [/new/questions] in order to better assist you. Also, I am locking this thread as the original question was asked quite a while ago.. Thanks!