testing needed: xfce4-mailwatch-plugin
Brian J. Tarricone
bjt23 at cornell.edu
Fri May 6 22:03:27 CEST 2005
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Bernhard Walle wrote:
> If you add a invalid server, it displays a error dialog?
Nope. Right now it doesn't do any GUI messaging at all. I plan to add
some, but I want it to be minimal: it would be really annoying if you
leave in the morning, your internet connection goes down, and when you
get home you have 40 error dialogs open.
> DBG[mailwatch-mailbox-imap.c:510] imap_connect(): checking for a
> DBG[mailwatch-mailbox-imap.c:523] imap_connect(): connection succeeded
> DBG[mailwatch-mailbox-imap.c:434] imap_do_starttls(): checking for
> STARTTLS caps (145): * CAPABILITY CHILDREN ID IDLE IMAP4 IMAP4rev1
> LITERAL+ LOGIN-REFERRALS MAILBOX-REFERRALS NAMESPACE UIDPLUS QUOTA
> STARTTLS AUTH=PLAIN AUTH=LOGIN
> DBG[mailwatch-mailbox-imap.c:594] imap_authenticate(): res is 0
> DBG[mailwatch-mailbox-imap.c:632] imap_authenticate(): using_ssl is TRUE
> ** (xfce4-panel:4870): CRITICAL **: TLS handshake failed: A record
> packet with illegal version was received.
> DBG[mailwatch-mailbox-imap.c:746] imap_check_mail(): failed to connect
> to imap server
> But: This IMAP server does not support SSL and "require a secure
> connection is not checked".
Hmm, that's odd. It appears that it tried to do a TLS negotiation
despite the fact that it detected a lack of STARTTLS support. Is that a
contiguous section of output, or are there sections that are snipped?
Please file a bug on this; I don't have the ability to keep track of
these things over email.
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