On September 21, 2007, in Exchange, by

 So you got the notice from SBCglobal that you need to use SSL… and you are using popconnector and Smarthost.

Well on the inbound we can get around that with rather than the built in pop connector. 

Outbound however, doesn’t look so good.  Read this thread: 

SBS2003 Exchange SMTP Connector and SSL w/ AT&T/SBC internet – | Google Groups:

I think you will need to smarthost to something like godaddy’s servers or


One Response to SSL on SMTP

  1. AnonymousDog says:

    This can be handled with stunnel.