Spey is a neat piece of software I think I’ve written about before – an SMTP proxy with a lot of neat antispam capabilities. Recent builds include TLS support for the “STARTTLS” command. It’s not terribly difficult to get working, and is of course useful opportunistic encryption, but it should be noted – the documentation is virtually non-existent here, and everywhere else – that even when TLS is working, no mention of it is made in the email message headers, which I think is a bit… foolish. But now you know, thereby, perhaps, saving yourself quite a headache…

Published in: General | on August 25th, 2007| Comments Off on Spey, SSL, and STARTTLS

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