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en:mail:standard-settings [07/18/2018 at 17:18]
Cyprien B. (Gandi) [Notes]
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Cyprien B. (Gandi) [Notes]
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 Our Webmail (Sogo or Roundcube) is automatically configured to use TLS or SSL up to our mail servers. Our Webmail (Sogo or Roundcube) is automatically configured to use TLS or SSL up to our mail servers.
  
-Connexion between our mail servers and the distant mail server (the "to" or "cc" mail provider's server) will use TLS or SSL depending on what their mail server supports. Gandi supports secure protocols up to TLS 1.2.+Connection between our mail servers and the distant mail server (the "to" or "cc" mail provider's server) will use TLS or SSL depending on what their mail server supports. Gandi supports secure protocols up to TLS 1.2.
  
-Connexion between the distant server and the distant mail application will depend on the configuration used by the person you are exchanging with.</note>+Connection between the distant server and the distant mail application will depend on the configuration used by the person you are exchanging with.</note>
  
   * **Yourdomain.tld**: when you see this expression, replace it by your own domain name (as in example.com). For your information, [[:en:glossary:tld|TLD]] means and represents your domain's extension (.com, .net, .org, .fr, .eu, .co.uk, ...).   * **Yourdomain.tld**: when you see this expression, replace it by your own domain name (as in example.com). For your information, [[:en:glossary:tld|TLD]] means and represents your domain's extension (.com, .net, .org, .fr, .eu, .co.uk, ...).
Last modified: 07/19/2018 at 10:07 by Cyprien B. (Gandi)