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  • SMTP test tool

    Folks, Looking at today's posts of GRC's Usenet I found a tool some of you may wanna try. The author also provides the full source code of the application. Following below, some of author's notes: Wrote the tool quite some time ago for my personal needs, but since it may be useful for other people willing to run checks on SMTP servers and since ...
    Posted to Pegasus Mail Community Support (Forum) by euler on November 18, 2019
  • newbe needs advice

    I started playing around with Pegasus awhile ago. I got to the point where I thought in order to make a new account I needed to use my gmail acc. or a comcast acc. Is it possible to set up without importing any other account data?  I can see where I need a POP or SMTP etc... If I didn't want to use the gmail, comcast protocols where would I ...
    Posted to Pegasus Mail Community Support (Forum) by brian23 on July 14, 2019
  • With SSL enabled, SMTP server stops receiving connections

    In order to send mail to many systems, including GMail, I had to bump up the compliance levels of my server, and so I created a certificate with Mercury and enabled SSL connections on Mercury S(MTP).  This works for a while, but then it seizes up and stops accepting connections, reporting only 'SSL Error' and I have to restart Mercury. Has ...
    Posted to Mercury Community Support (Forum) by NFG on July 8, 2019
  • Re: Problem sending mail

    geoff in SA:No, I use only one identity. Without any further intervention on my part, I was later able to send e-mails again. Either an intermittent software or hardware fault on my side (unlikely) or a problem with my service provider. IMHO it is not Pmail's fault. Either a server-side problem or a client-side misconfiguration. Due to its ...
    Posted to Pegasus Mail Community Support (Forum) by euler on April 26, 2019
  • Verizon Transition to AOL

    Verizon will soon ''no longer provide verizon.net email service''.  They are offering an option to retain one's existing @verizon.net address by creating a new account with AOL, which is now owned by VZ.  I assume this means that VZ is consolidating redundancy by shutting down their existing server and migrating everyone to the AOL ...
    Posted to Pegasus Mail Community Support (Forum) by english in troy on March 29, 2017
  • Precedence in SMTP connection control

    14.00 Good day all. I am investigating the possibility of using a paid filtering service offered by DuoCircle to run as our MX, which then in turn delivers legitimate mail to our local Mercury32 server. I already have all users required to authenticate over SMTP in order to send out email from phones, tablets etc. ...
    Posted to Mercury Community Support (Forum) by pbeddy on July 21, 2016
  • MercuryE - connection error during handshake with 212.227.15.9

    Hello ....  i am configuring a send mail in a webhost test server of the company were i am making my education   in this configuration i use the MercuryS and MercuryE and the mail problem is when i try to send a mail to the GMX servers somehow i get : ''connection error during handshake with 212.227.15.9'' ''connection error ...
    Posted to Mercury Community Support (Forum) by AquilesCrespo on April 11, 2016
  • Mercury v4.72 runningas Windows service dies occasionally

    We are running v4.72 on a virtualized Windows 2008R2 64bit server. It runs fine as a service except on rare occasions during high SMTP throughput, when it dies unexpectedly.  The Mercury logs show no errors; neither do the Windows event logs. There is always an abandoned partial message in the SCRATCH  folder with a matching ...
    Posted to Mercury Community Support (Forum) by PeterDunphy on November 16, 2015
  • Using Pegasus Mail to send mail via GMail

    Google's GMail service requires some extra configuration to work with Pegasus Mail. In particular, GMail has chosen to champion an authentication mechanism called OAUTH2, which is complex and not widely supported at the time of writing. To GMail, any application that does not use OAUTH2 is a ''less secure app'', a position that is both insulting ...
    Posted to Pegasus Mail FAQ (Forum) by David on November 16, 2015
  • Re: UNABLE TO SEND MAIL: PMAIL V. 4.63 (32 BIT) USING WINDOWS 7-64 BIT OS

    Check if there is any message in outgoing queue. If so, delete them. Close Pegasus and check if there are still any files ending on type PMW, PMX or PNX in your mailbox directory. Especially if there is any of these files or the corresponding PMO with size 0 Byte, delete them (or move them to another diretory). Then try again sending a new ...
    Posted to Pegasus Mail Community Support (Forum) by FJR on September 1, 2015
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