RE: Added a documentation section

By the way,

I have a CamelStreamGZip ready for use, but I might pick other LEMONADE
features over COMPRESS first. Basically because TLS also provides
compression (or can provide it).

I just wonder how we can test all this, and try to hint the server as
much as possible to indeed do compression.

I was also planning, as you can see on that page, to add support for
GnuTLS. This would avoid all license issues with OpenSSL (if any) and
would remove the need for NSS/NSPR (in case Gecko isn't used anyhow).

At first, my idea was to use the gnutsl/openssl.h emulation library and
after that port the openssl camelstream to gnutls's native API.

On Thu, 2007-01-25 at 16:48 +0100, Philip Van Hoof wrote:
> On Thu, 2007-01-25 at 16:35 +0200, Dirk-Jan Binnema nokia com wrote:
> Hey Dirk-Jan,
> > Maybe we can have a table with the various protocols and servers and
> > so on? Shall I make one? [ how to make a table in wiki markup ]
> That's an excellent idea.
> Documentation on tables can be found on the website of TRAC. I have
> removed the wikihelp page because spammers targetted that page
> constantly
> It comes down to: |a|b|c| or something like that
> Also check with Dave Cridland <dave cridland net>, he gave me an IMAP
> account on a customized Cyrus for testing LEMONADE features.
> Maybe we can get some accounts on their 100% LEMONADE capable IMAP
> servers for test purposes?
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