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.
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- 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