What is alert 8050?
GMS Secure Socket Layer has returned an error to the remote server’s AUTH command because GMS has been configured to only accept messages encrypted by the secure socket layer (SSL ) from this remote system. No communication between the remote server/client and GMS will be possible until the remote server correctly negotiates a secure connection. GMS uses the standard secure transport specified in RFC2487 to ensure compatibility with other messaging servers.
In this case, session Undefined is processing a connection from Undefined which gave the SMTP command
GMS rejected the command with
To resolve this problem, make sure that
- GMS has the correct certificate installed;
- the remote server or client conforms to the SSL or STARTTLS standard; and
- the remote server or client is correctly configured.
- What are the benefits of protocol level encryption?
- What is the SMTP AUTH command?
- How do I contact the owner of a client?
- How do I use SMTP Authentication with Netscape or Outlook Express?
- Can I provide secure access to email?
- What is SMTP Response Code Theory?
- How do I contact the owner of a remote server?
- Why can’t my remote users authenticate using ESMTP AUTH?
- How do I set up Secure SMTP (STARTTLS)?
- Which Type of SSL Certificate should I choose?
- How do I enable SMTP Authentication?
Keywords:AUTH SSL STARTTLS RFC2487 SSL encryption security anti-snooping secure