My software literally uses the OS SSL/TLS support.

I missed what OS the OP was running. But I do have customers running back
to V7R1.

If they are on a much older OS they don't have SSL support and nothing will
work for a cloud based solution. Unless you find some (and there are) that
don't use SSL/TLS or you use some sort of proxy in house. In that case, my
stuff will still work fine.

Maybe find a PC and load Lotus Notes.. ;)

On Tue, Nov 9, 2021 at 8:11 AM Rob Berendt <rob@xxxxxxxxx> wrote:

Brad,
If he's running an ancient version of Domino, he's likely to be running an
ancient version of IBM i. And I know that your software has no better
support for newer SSL/TLS than the OS level.

Rob Berendt
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With all of the cloud based solutions available such as GMail and O365, I'd
look that route. The only thing you'd need to look out for, especially if
you do email marketing, is their limits. For most it's ok, but for
companies that send many thousands of emails a day you may need to check
those limits.

And if you want something super simple and inexpensive to work with a cloud
based solution for mail delivery (we also have solutions to pull mail from
these cloud services), my MAILTOOL software will save you weeks of pulling
your hair trying to set up the IBM SMTP server to send mail to them.

It also has so much more functionality and configurability as well as easy
to read debugging reports, and of course support from yours truly.
https://www.bvstools.com/mailtool.html. Less than a cup of coffee from
your local diner each day. (not starbucks..haha..)



On Tue, Nov 9, 2021 at 2:32 AM Åke Olsson <konsult@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote:





I have a client that has been using Domino for some years as their mail
server (incoming and outgoing) for some years.



They have now discovered that their old Domino version is too old for
some
SSL features and that they need to upgrade.



For some reason I feel that this may not be the right path. They only use
Domino as an email server and domino is filled with an enormous amount of
other stuff that they definitely do not need.



What other mail servers can be installed on the IBM i? Any open source
versions out there?



(Ake Olsson)



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