Re: [Evolution-hackers] IMAP preauthenticated

Does the PREAUTH happen before or after the STARTTLS, or aren't you

ps. You can break on this line to check what is in "buf". It's in
camel-imap-store.c around line 700 (mine is heavily patched, so the line
might differ).

static gboolean
connect_to_server (CamelService *service, struct addrinfo *ai, int
ssl_mode, CamelException *ex)
	if (!strncmp(buf, "* PREAUTH", 9))
		store->preauthed = TRUE;

On Tue, 2007-03-13 at 14:12 -0700, David Shifflett wrote:
> How do I configure Evolution such that it doesn't
> try and send a username/password (via the LOGIN command)?
> My IMAP server is configured to have the users
> preauthenticated.
> The IMAP server sends PREAUTH as part of the initial
> message, but Evolution ignores this
> and tries the LOGIN command anyway,
> which of course causes IMAP to generate an error
> (it isn't expecting a LOGIN command).
> The IMAP server is part of a research project
> and the user has already been authenticated,
> so no login is required (or allowed).
> This IMAP server works fine with Mozilla, Thunderbird,
> and even Outlook Express.
> Thanks for any help,
> David Shifflett
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Philip Van Hoof, software developer
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